Basal cell carcinoma is the most common in the U.S. Basal Cell Carcinoma normally affects the face, neck, and hands of the patient. It does not spread to the other parts of body. But they can damage surrounding tissues by growing and invading them. It can be easily treated. Most common symptoms of this disease are bleeding or oozing sores, irritation and redness of an area of skin, yellow or white scar like patches or a pink or pearl like bump on the skin.

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