Should you be concerned if you notice a small bruise with a white circular middle that doesn't itch or bleed and could this be some form of skin cancer?
Anything is possible and you should see a doctor immediately to have it diagnosed. They will take a tissue sample to see if it's cancerous or not. Even if it is skin cancer is one of the cancers that is most curable. My friend's husband just had a minor operation on his hand (skin cancer) and it didn't hurt and all is well and should remain well, but when he keeps going in for his physicals each year his doctor will make more of an effort to check out his body for possible skin cancer. You could have Excema or Psoriasis, still, it's important to get it checked out.
So i have a brown bruise like mark on my neck and the skin is thinner there I'm going to the doctors in about a week or two but i was reading how it could be cancer and i got a bit concerned help?
It might. It depends on how you got it. I have a bruise under my toenail from my friend who stepped on my foot with her high heels on. If this comes out of the blue, and it won't stop hurting, then you might have it. It's very rare. If you got this from something that hurt your toenail like I did, then It probably is not skin cancer.
Our current understanding of the causes of cancer is incomplete, but it is clear that cancer is not caused by an injury, such as a bump or bruise. And although being infected with certain viruses may increase the risk of some types of cancer, cancer is not contagious; no one can "catch" cancer from another person.
If a person has terminal cancer of the lungs and it is now in her bloodstream should she be concerned by a soft knot on the back of her head?
There are maybe some signs that can worn someone of bone cancer. These early signs include but are not limited to pain, stiffness, swelling, chewing difficulties, loss of weight, and many other symptoms depending on where in the body the cancer is located. Any person concerned with bone cancer should talk with a physician.