The 'stubborn spot' that left a HOLE the size of a five-cent nickel on the face of a mother-of-two: 40-year-old who avoided the sun is diagnosed with skin cancer and needed more than 20 stitches

A mother-of-two has been left with a hole the size of a five-cent nickel in her face after dismissing the sign of skin cancer as a 'stubborn spot.'
Keely Jones, 40, was advised by a beautician to get a red blemish on her face seen to.
Yet, Ms Jones, from North Carolina, was convinced the bump on her temple was just a spot as she rarely exposed her skin to the sun.
After eventually seeing a doctor in September, Ms Jones was finally diagnosed with a form of skin cancer, known as basal cell carcinoma, and required more than 20 stitches after the growth was removed on November 21.
Ms Jones, who... read more

28 November 2017 in Health, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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