Does skin cancer itch?
Not really. We find that people expect symptoms from a condition as serious as skin cancer. In reality, the majority of skin cancer doesn’t cause any itching at all. Unfortunately, a lot of benign moles and inflamed growths of the skin can become inflamed and itch. The area may become red and we often see patients who are worried that this means they have skin cancer.
I visited the clinic for a routine mole check and was very pleases with the treatment I received. Dr Rallan and his nurse were very thorough and explained everything fully. I will definitely visit the clinic on an annual basis to have my moles checked and would recommend this service to other people!
I have a considerable number of moles and blemishes. The consultation reassured me that none give cause for concern. I am now more aware of the likely appearance of suspect moles.
I could not have wished for better attention. How lucky we are to have such a facility to be able to receive quick and efficient treatment.Everything 1st Class, you will see me again in the future no doubt!