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Although skin cancer isn’t as common in children as it is in adults, doctors are seeing more cases of melanoma in pediatric patients. Statistics show that the number of cases of this potentially life-threatening skin cancer in children increased by approximately 2 percent each year from 1973 to 2009. Melanoma can develop on any area…

Scleroderma is a rare disease that affects the body’s connective tissue. Although systemic scleroderma affects skin tissues, blood vessels, and major organs, localized scleroderma, which develops slowly, generally affects only the skin, making it thick, hard, and tight. But if you have either type of scleroderma, you can have patches of hard and tight skin…

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