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Suspect number five, possible insitu

Forums Cutaneous Melanoma Community Suspect number five, possible insitu

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    almostalice
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      So here we go again right next to the stage 1 character, which went into keliod in recovery for three months a suspected insitu needs looking at.

      Here’s the interesting thing to share … Has anyone ever heard of a stage 1 being two insitu’s side by side in the path report? That’s what that first one came back as.

      This new one is two moles that are merging or growing very close. With being CDKN2A positive I just wonder now if this is how mine get started? Like a galaxy of stars colliding.

      Is there much information on how SSM melanoma’s are birthed?

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