It looks like cancer kozhiLyubite sunbathing? Did you change your mind after you see the picture, lined girl who was diagnosed with skin cancer.
Tony Willoughby, a 27-year-old girl from Alabama, United States published a photograph on Facebook, showing the effects of treatment for skin cancer. Photos already shared more than 50,000 people.
The girl was first diagnosed with skin cancer when she was 21 years old. Toney - nurse, and she was diagnosed bazalioma five times, and squamous carcinoma once. She wrote that she goes to a dermatologist every six months or a year to remove the tumor.
In April, Tony being treated for skin cancer and share your self to warn people about the dangers of tanning.
Treatment included the use of cream, because of which the visible cover, scraping the tumor fulguration, cryosurgery, surgical intervention and photochemotherapy.
She wrote: "If someone does not need motivation to lie in the solarium and sun, here it is! That looks like the treatment of skin cancer ».
She said that she is 4-5 times a week went to the solarium, while still in school. Being a mother of 2-year-old son, she fears most is not to see how her baby grows.
Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) added the solarium tanning lamps and the most dangerous forms of radiation causes cancer.
Using a solarium and 30 years increases the risk of melanoma by 75 percent. It also increases the risk of other forms of skin cancer, such as squamous carcinomas of 2, 5-fold, and basal cell 1, 5 times. Melanoma is considered the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Here are some tips to help prevent skin cancer:
Do not use the solarium, and if you're already using it, stop. Wear a hat and clothing that covers the body, when you are in the sun, in order to better protect themselves. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen 15 minutes before going out. Watch your skin and look out for suspicious signs. It may be moles, but not necessarily. Any suspicious growths growing and worth checking out. If it does not heal, bleed or crust is formed, it should also be an occasion for a visit to the doctor. It is necessary to pay attention to the following:
Asymmetry - the shape of one half of the mole does not match the build-up or form another half
Edges - edges may be jagged or blurry
Color - can be spotty or uneven with shades of brown, black, gray, red and white.
Diameter - the size is usually larger than 6 mm.
The rise - the mole may be raised, but may be flat.
The increase - the mole, which has increased in size.
Development - the mole, whose appearance changes in a short period of time.
The sooner it is detected, the less likely that it will leave disfiguring scar or begin to metastasize.