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define F14-4205 face aquamous cell caecinoma at least in situ

By Anonymous January 8, 2015 - 1:11pm
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impossible to rule out an underlying invasive carcinoma 6x5x1 biopsy specimen

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Hi Anon 

Thank you for your post! 

Are you reading from your medical report?

Have you been diagnosed with skin cancer? 

To interpret this kind of report, you need to talk with the health care professional who diagnosed it. 

Please let us know your situation in your own words and we'll be happy to help you further! 



January 8, 2015 - 4:15pm
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