Well, that is the first question when people see that they have seborrheic keratosis growths: is this cancer? Seborrheic keratosis have the look of melanoma, one of the most popular forms of cancer, but between melanoma and seborrheic keratosis is not any conexion. Melanoma will never arise from seborrheic keratosis, so the risk to develop cancer after seborrheic keratosis is 0. So, take a breath and relax, you are in not any danger.
The only thing that I recommend you is that if you have recently developed seborrheic keratosis to go to a dermatologist and to have some investigations to be sure that your growths are really seborrheic keratosis growths. If the dermatologist tell you that is SK, you can stay relax and continue your life as usual. You also can think to have a SK removal, you can find here some methods.
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