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Joe Biden's Doctor Reveals President Had Cancerous Skin Lesion Removed

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President Biden had a small skin lesion with cancerous tissue removed from his chest during his physical exam in February and «no further treatment is required,» according to the White House physician.The tissue was excised during a procedure at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland on Feb.

16 and sent for a traditional biopsy, Dr. Kevin O'Connor wrote in a letter released by the White House on Friday. Testing confirmed the lesion was basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer.«All cancerous tissue was successfully removed,» O'Connor said.O'Connor noted that basal cell carcinoma lesions do not typically spread such as some more serious skin cancers like melanoma or squamous cell carcinoma.

He also said the site of the biopsy has «healed nicely» and doctors would continue to monitor Mr. Biden's skin.First lady Jill Biden also had lesions on her chest and face surgically removed in January.

Two lesions were confirmed to be basal cell carcinoma, and another was sent for further testing. O'Connor also said at the time that the procedure successfully removed all cancerous tissue.In the U.S.

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