Hi I had a skin biopsy taken from my stomach just to the left from my belly button. I use to inject Exenatide for my type 2 diabetes which left lumps all over my lower stomach. One of these turned scaby and horrible over a period of 18 to 24 months. The biopsy showed I had Bowen's.
Has anyone had any experience of this type of localised skin cancer. During the biopsy most if not all affected skin was removed but has to be repeated. I am waiting on a appointment with my local hospital.
I have a long list of problems including liver cirrhosis developed from non alchahol fatty liver disease.
Any words of wisdom appreciated.