Please write Dr Oz's show too! Is this "just skin cancer? Most of your guests said their family members have just had it removed. Melanoma is not just a skin cancer! Where is it also found in addition to the skin? Please, Dr OZ, please read the following cancer org article
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Dr Oz show- Black spot of Vagina - no prob unless sevearl cm's | Melanoma Research Foundation
Most women with vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia VIN have no symptoms at all. When a woman with VIN does have a symptom, it is most often itching that does not go away or get better. An area of VIN may look different from normal vulvar skin. It is often thicker and lighter than the normal skin around it. However, an area of VIN can also appear red, pink, or darker than the surrounding skin. Because these changes are often caused by other conditions that are not pre-cancerous, some women don't realize that they might have a serious condition. Some try to treat the problem themselves with over-the-counter remedies.
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Vaginal Cancer: How To Spot The Signs And Identify The Five Varieties
Back to Health A to Z. The condition is rare in women under 50 who have not yet gone through the menopause. You may be able to reduce your risk of vulval cancer by stopping smoking and taking steps to reduce the chances of picking up an HPV infection.
It includes the clitoris, the labia majora the larger, outer lips around the vagina and labia minora the smaller, inner lips around the vagina. Vulvar cancer grows in the clitoris or labia. Each year, about women in Australia find out they have vulvar cancer. Around one in Australian women with cancer have vulvar cancer.