This varies between people but Basal cell cancers normally do not metastasize(spread elsewhere) so a bit of a wait is not unusual nor should it affect the outcome.
Yes, basal cell cancers are always a risk and should be excised.
Your doctor should be able to tell you after receiving back the pathology report if everything was removed. This is the only way to tell.
Basal cell cancers do not spontaneously disappear, they usually need to be surgically excised by a physician.
How Can I Tell the Difference Between Cosmetic Sun Damage and the Dangerous Kind? I Will Be Having Some Sun Damage Treated Soon, but I’m a Little Nervous That It Might Be the Dangerous Kind, and I Want to Know If I Should Take Care of It as Fast as Possible.
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