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i joined this group after a squamous cell lump was removed from my arm. (Earlier this year)
I posted about my recent issues with possible bile duct cancer. I hadn’t even thought about the skin cancer since it hasn’t resurfaced.
This was about the time these other stomach issues arose.
Is this just a crazy coincidence or could the two be related?
Most squamous cell carcinomas are low risk and easily treated although occasionally they can spread to other areas of the body. However, I don't know if they would resurface as bile duct cancer. This could be a good question to post in ask a nurse and one of the specialist nurses will respond within 2 working days.
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