Is it possible to have skin cancer where the sun never hits?
Im white skin, light eyes, have atypical moles in the past are reviewed to detect melanoma, but well, i have many moles .. But no one seems to have appeared VERY unusual mole on his chest. its quite large, has different nuances and uneven edges .. sure enough that's not good. But how can it be that it appears among other things, a place that has never seen the sun?
Please has the mole checked out as soon as possible. And yes, melanoma of the skin can still grow into areas that do not get to see the sun. This is because the sun's UV rays can penetrate through the solid surface, and umbrella, flat window, laundry. Moreover, not all skin cancers are caused by direct / indirect exposure UV-rays. Some possible factors could be diet, lifestyle, harmful habits like smoking and excessive drinking. Some causes are completely unknown. Therefore, the question should be done at this time is not really what caused the bullet to get irregular, but in reality what is coming. Consult a dermatologist / dr the same u'd went to check out your other moles as soon as possible. take care.
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