Selfies are as common as clouds in the sky.
Cloe Jordan is a twenty-one-year-old from Wolverhampton, England who, like most people, loves a good selfie.
Last summer she took some selfies to show off her bikini bod, but when she snapped those pics, she had no idea that they would wind up saving her life.
She had amole on her stomach since birth that shenever really paid much attention to. But after a series of selfies, she noticed that the mole looked different than it usually did.
It seemed as though the mole had changed shape.
Because it was making her feel self-conscious, she decided to visit a doctor to inquire about getting it removed. She was surprised by how the physician reacted to the mole.
It had grown in size and the color of it had also changed. Cloe thought that this was all normal, but it turns out these changes were not only abnormal, but they were dangerous as well.
In fact, these were all signs of melanoma.
She was shocked to hear the news that it was a cancerous mole. They removed the melanoma, and Johnson is now left with a huge scar because the cancer spread below the surface of the skin.
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