Melanoma is a form of skin cancer, more common is U.S., about 9000 people die in a year worldwide because of the tumour. Tumours originate in the melanocytes region – pigment producer of the basal layer of epidermis.
The disease appears when there is a long exposure of scorching sunlight. The UV rays break through the cell damaging the DNA. This affects the structuring and integrity of DNA. A-T-G-C base pairs gives DNA its shape of double helix, and the job of DNA is to transcribe and translate the proteins through RNAs.
A research indicates that if preventive measures are not undertaken then the rise of this type of cases would spike high. The cancer is very fatal if not treated in time. A tumour is heinous to its neighbourhood and remotely located body cells, i.e., the whole body is affected by a cancer.
Teenages have been using tanning indoors for quite some time now, but a new governmental study revealed that the use of indoor tanning has dropped. Tanning indoors invites the risk of being potentially be affected by melanoma. Some people even found to have got sunspots and sunburns when they are outdoors under the exposure of sunlight, so the protection is actually working against the protection itself in the long term. It is disturbing to see that some millions of people still use it worldwide.
Melanoma resembles moles, but the tumour can be coloured too, such as red and pink and blue.
Below are some warning signs that you should never ignore
Malignant mole, unusually high number of moles, brown spots. It is quite easy to figure out if the mole is malignant or benign; asymmetry from its middle, portion to both its left and right is not usually in the same proportion. Organisms have a remarkable cellular working system and cooperation, that everything is perfectly structured, as it would need the body to carry out metabolisms. Anything wrong with the symmetry directly indicates something unusual about the thing.