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Oh ok, I'll keep an eye on her, I'll go back and check on her now.
Your child Lisa, unfortunately has melanoma. It's best for her to stay here.
So...are you going to the beach again...and always listen me, Lisa?
Mum, you know that I always like going to the beach when I little kid, and... (cough, cough) I'm sorry for not listening to you. (cough, cough)
Make sure to wear SUNSCREEN!
Lastly, but not least, wear protective clothing!
And be sure to wear sunglasses!
As the doctor finished examining, he drags Lisa's mother for her results. Consequently, Lisa has melanoma, which is a form of cancer that develops in her skin's pigment cells (melanocytes). As Lisa's mother get shocked with Lisa's results.
The blood in your forehead is bleeding from an existing mole, and you are constantly coughing out some blood while she is speaking. You are all weak, and you have trouble breathing. Your mum stands next to you, to comfort you, and you eventually die. Due to this, your mother starts crying.
Some things to minimize the risk of sun safety. For example, slip on a shirt, slop on some sunscreen (50+ sunscreen), slap on a hat, seek shade or shelter, and slide on some sunglasses!
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