Skin Cancer can be difficult to diagnose. As the illustration below indicates skin cancer, its causes, therapies, risks, etc. is complicated. So people with moles, freckles, spots, etc. rely on their dermatologists to properly diagnose skin cancer from non-skin cancer, melanoma from non-melanoma.
Guess what? Dermatologist rely on pathologists who often disagree on what is an isn’t cancer.
Pathologists disagree on many different types and stages of cancer. It is no surprise then, to read an article about a gene test that improves the diagnosing of different types of skin cancers.
The solution? First and foremost, go to a dermatologist who is experienced with a dreamscape. Step #2 is to have your dermatologist use the gene test discussed below.
I am a cancer survivor and cancer coach. I have watched early stage breast and prostate cancer survivor benefit from similar gene tests. Patients need all the information they can get. Gene tests that indicate the type and stage of skin cancer is another important piece of the puzzle.
The third and final step is to add evidence-based, non-toxic nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle therapies into your day in order to reduce your risks of melanoma.
Have you been diagnosed with skin cancer- melanoma or non-melanoma? Scroll down the page, post a question or comment and I will reply to you ASAP.
“A new 2-gene pigmented lesion test that classifies skin lesions as melanoma or nonmelanoma could help with diagnostic challenges physicians frequently face with the visual image and pattern recognition approach…
Accurate clinical and histopathological analysis of pigmented skin lesions is difficult even for experts. Accurate, noninvasive diagnostic techniques could help in skin cancer diagnoses…
This 2-gene approach with LINC00518 and/or PRAME detection distinguished melanoma from nonmelanoma with 91% sensitivity and 69% specificity…”