Since some of you have asked about skin cancer, the first stage is noticing an area of redness and possible involvement. The second step is going to a doctor who usually freezes or burns the area in hopes that fresh, new skin will come. If the area remains red after that procedure, then removing the tissue through a biopsy and having it examined by a pathologist is the next course of action. If the pathology report comes back as positive (i.e. cancerous), then surgery is required to remove the area and suture it up.
“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.”
-John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America
Friday, August 21st:
Trip to Arrington Vineyards for Picnic and Wine Tasting
Friday, August 28th:
September Sentinel Article Deadline
Sunday, August 30th:
Bishop's Bauerschmidt's Annual Visit
Sunday, September 13th:
Luncheon for Homeless
At St. James the Less our mission is to be an Episcopal presence in the community, pursuing the understanding of God’s grace while seeking the reconciliation of all people to each other and to unity with God.