Unfortunately I am not new to skin cancer. I have a fair complexion and do not stay out in the sun. But I have had skin cancer before, years ago. I think this is the third time I have gotten it. My skin cancer is pink colored and perhaps a little flaky. It's only a small one of about 3/16" round shaped and is on my forearm.
I have read that there are basically three types of skin cancer. But there are other names under those three common types. According to what I saw from looking at various pictures of skin cancers, it looks like actinic keratoses. But a description of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) sounds like that could also be a possibility. But mine is real light colored and looks pinkish like the photo I saw of actinic keratoses.
I hate to go to doctors and I think this can be treated with drugs since I have used them in the past for skin cancer. I don't remember the name of the med I used then. It was prescription. I think it was like a white cream that you just rub into the skin.
Has anyone used any natural remedies? Not sure if I would depend on something natural like. Maybe my primary care physician can identify it and give me a script, but I would rather avoid seeing a doctor unless it is absolutely necessary. Thanks. Bluehills