An exploration of the UK unpaid carer's world

                                                                                  July 13 2016

                                                                            July 23 2016

Bowen's disease is a very early form of skin cancer that's easily treatable. The main sign is a red, scaly patch on the skin.

It affects the squamous cells – in the outermost layer of skin – and is sometimes referred to as "squamous cell carcinoma in situ".

The patch is usually very slow-growing, but if left untreated there's a small chance it could turn into a more serious type of skin cancer.  more