What are the symptoms of finger cancer
Symptoms of Finger Cancer:A small lump (spot or mole) that is shiny, waxy, pale in color, and smooth in texture. A red lump (spot or mole) that is firm.A sore or spot that bleeds or become crusty. Also look for sores that don't heal. ChaCha On! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-the-symptoms-of-finger-cancer ]
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- What are the symptoms of finger cancer
- Symptoms of Finger Cancer:A small lump (spot or mole) that is shiny, waxy, pale in color, and smooth in texture. A red lump (spot or mole) that is firm.A sore or spot that bleeds or become crusty. Also look for sores that don't heal. ChaCha...
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