Could a Basal cell carcinoma stay unchanged in size or appearance for 6 years?

Basal cell. It is highly unlikely for a basal cell carcinoma to stay unchanged in size or appearance for 6 years. Please discuss this with your Primary doctor! Keep me posted please.
Why do you ask? Some are very slow. It is insane to neglect them as they will eventually mutilate you.

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Sir. I'm a student, 21 year old. I am afraid that I have basal cell carcinoma? On my chest or sternal area, small about 3mm, rised edges.

See Dr. Basal cell cancers are mostly older people with pale skin. The lesions are almost all on areas of previous sunburn. They are uncommon on people age 20, and not common in China. They are not a threat to life and are easy to cure. See a dermatologist. Read more...

Could a basal cell carcinoma grow on top of an existing freckle?

Yes possible. As it has same ski surface, basal cell cancers are locally invasive , develops in exposed surface of skin , usually older group , ( not 19 yr old ) at any age suspicious skin lesions should always be evaluated usually by dermatologist. Read more...

How can I tell if a mole is basal cell carcinoma? How can I tell if a mole that develops on my skin could be showing signs of basal cell carcinoma? .

The . The only way to determine the exact nature of a lesion is to have some tissue removed for microscopic diagnosis by a pathologist. Basal cell carcinomas can take on many forms. See your dermatologist for evaluation. Read more...
See your derm. Any changes to existing skin lesions or new lesions should be brought to the attention of your friendly dermatologist. Read more...
Skin. Moles are different than basal cell skin cancer and do not transform into such . A basal cell is typically described as a pearly non healing bleeding area or ulcer . Read more...