What causes skin cancer...?
Melanoma is the least common skin cancer but it is potentially the most serious: there are over 8,000 new cases each year in the UK and 1,800 deaths. More people now die of Melanoma in the UK than in Australia. It is the second most common cancer in the young population (20 - 39 age group). It is estimated that approximately 85% of cases are caused by too much sun.
Non-melanoma skin cancers are the commonest skin cancers. The majority of these are called Basal Cell Carcinomas. These are usually localised growths caused by excessive cumulative exposure to the sun and do not tend to spread. In contrast, Squamous Cell Carcinomas, which also occur on the skin, do have a propensity to spread to other parts of the body.
irritation, but sometimes there may be no apparent cause, it may just be genetic predisposition.
evik effect of some medines, chemicals used tokeep vegetables and grain free from insects, poisonous sprays on plants,
the fruit we consume which are pained sweets and milk and preserved food that contain colors and chemicals as preservatives.