Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)
Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) – This the most common type of skin cancer occurring in about one of five light-skinned people. It is related to sun exposure. BCC can look like a pink sore that won’t heal. It sometimes bleeds. Fortunately, it is slow growing over a period of months or years, rarely spreads elsewhere in the body, and is very treatable.
Treatment: cream (prescription), electrodessication and curettage, surgical excision, and Mohs Micrographic surgery