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  • #36951
    moontje
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    hello again,

    thanks marion,

    moontje

    #36944
    marions
    Moderator

    moontje…..I believe, unlike the acanthosis nigricans malignia the type of skin cancer you are describing is not a coexistence of cancer of the GI tract. Good luck on the upcoming CT scan.
    Best wishes,
    Marion

    #36945
    moontje
    Participant

    hello everyone, the skincancer type is,,,, squamuos cell carcinoma. and they
    take too little away,so he must go for an operation. its on the nose. and thy took 4 biopt on his chest. whe don’t now how many they must take away,he will get plastische surgery when it is to many. i thought the cc has come back, but whe have the pet scan in 2 months. and his blood next week.
    thanks everyone for your messages. and i will let you now what the results are.

    thanks moontje

    #36950
    marions
    Moderator

    moontje……I believe it is called:acanthosis nigricans maligna. Generally, it coexists with another malignant condition.
    I am quoting this from Wikipedia:
    When seen in individuals older than age 40, this disorder is commonly associated with an internal malignancy, usually adenocarcinoma, and most commonly of the GI tract or uterus; less commonly of the lung, prostate, breast, or ovary. The stomach is the most common site. Acanthosis nigricans of the oral mucosa or tongue is highly suggestive of a neoplasm, especially of the GI tract.

    #36949
    sara
    Member

    moontje – Out of curiosity, what type of skin cancer is it?

    I would suggest discussing this further with your husband’s CC oncologist. Certain types of skin cancer are very common, and it is very likely that the skin cancer is unrelated. However, your oncologist is going to know the real answer to your question.

    My husband had skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma) in 2008, and then was diagnosed with follicular lymphoma in 2009. Completely unrelated, although both manifest in the skin. Basal cell carcinoma makes me laugh because you will see on insurance application forms, “Have you ever had cancer (excluding basal cell carcinoma)?” :)

    #36948
    marions
    Moderator

    moontje…..I remember a posting some years back, originating in the U.K. in where someone had mentioned that her Mom had the appearance of a brown spot on her skin. The physician related it to the disease of Cholangiocarcinoma. As far as I know it was the only posting pertaining to this.
    What has your husband been told?
    Best wishes,
    Marion

    #36947
    moontje
    Participant

    thanks julia i am gonne try what you suggested

    moontje

    #36946
    lalupes
    Participant

    I’m sorry I can’t answer your question, Moontje, but I hope someone will come on soon who may be able to help. Have you tried the “search” function, too? There’s a lot information to be found in the “back-room” (I can’t think of the right word!!)

    My very best wishes to you & Tom.

    Julia

    #3363
    moontje
    Participant

    hy everyone,

    my husband has skin cancer,is there a relating to cc.
    he is now 2 and a half year cancer free after distal bile duct cancer.
    i wonder if there are people who has the same thing as tom.

    thanks moontje

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