Skin Cancer is the most common form of . More than 3.5 million skin cancer cases are diagnosed annually in U.S. alone. Skin cancer develops in skin tissues. In skin cancer, cells in skin tissues abnormally start growing and multiply without control. This leads to changes in the cells. The mass developed due to multiple growths of cells is known as tumors or lesions. The spread of tumor or cancerous cells is known as metastasis. Tumors interfere with tissues surrounding it and prevent them from getting the oxygen and nutrients. This affects functioning of these tissues.

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