Squamous Cell Carcinoma
“This cancer starts in the thin, flat cells that line the tissues of the body. It’s most commonly linked with skin cancer, but it can happen in other organs and tissues in the body.
Most of the time, scaly patches of skin that are red or bumpy and bleed easily will be an indicator of this kind of cancer. People that are significantly exposed to sun or use tanning beds on a regular basis are more at risk for developing squamous cell carcinoma.”
For more information about squamous cell carcinoma, contact a helpful member of the Causenta team.
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