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Three spots turned out to be basal cell skin cancer, and one squamous cell skin cancer — all of which were treated by removing the skin cells in an October surgery.
The squamous cells in the outer part of your epidermis are flat and constantly slough off so new ones can take their place.
In other words, a few high-powered doses of radiation might be a preferable way to treat basal and squamous cell cancers when surgery isn't an option.
This type of cancer is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells found among squamous cells, which make up most of your skin’s epidermis (i.e. the upper layer).
Judge previously had three spots that turned out to be basil cell skin cancer, and one squamous cell skin cancer, all of which can be treated with early detection and by quickly removing the skin cells.
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