Stage 3 melanomas are the most aggressive forms of melanomas, with the first stages of progression making it hard to treat and a high mortality rate.
They are a growing concern, especially for people with skin that doesn’t react well to treatment.
The first stages, which include inflammation, are more difficult to treat.
Stage 4 is the toughest.
It can take several months before it clears up and even then it can take weeks to recover.
The melanoma is still growing and its progression can be difficult to predict.
The symptoms of stage 4 melanoma are similar to stage 3.
The most common symptom of stage 3 is a loss of hair or eyebrows, while stage 4 is usually mild to moderate.
More to come.