Mole that may become melanoma
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The mole shown here does not fit into any of the other rules about size, shape, color or pattern. But watch moles like this closely for changes. That's because the coloring of this mole is a little uneven.

Look for changes over time in all moles. Watch for new moles and moles that grow or change color or shape. Also watch for new symptoms, such as starting to itch or bleed.

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