I've known numerous people to have that type of cancer removed with no problem whatsoever. I hope your surgery goes smoothly and quickly. I think the worse thing about that type of surgery is the needle they use to numb the area. My Gma had that type of cancer on her face and after he numbed her, he froze one area and shaved another area with a scalpel. She said only the needle hurt but afterwards it didn't hurt much. My MIL had one on her back which was a bit bigger and had to have a couple of stitches.
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