The most dangerous skin cancer can kill you if you don’t seek medical attention, and there is no cure, according to the American Cancer Society.
The society is warning people to seek medical help if they have been diagnosed with melanoma, an aggressive skin cancer that can spread to the lungs and other organs.
The group also warns that the melanoma skin cancers are not curable.
It also notes that the cancer can be caught early.
The American Cancer Survival rate (ACSR) is an estimate of the survival rate for melanoma.
The ACS has a number of skin cancer statistics that can be used to compare survival rates in different geographic areas.
The report also lists the rates of death from all cancers for people aged 50 and older, with the most common cancers accounting for more than 90 percent of deaths.
People with certain cancers can also get more aggressive skin cancers, which cause more severe and longer-lasting skin damage.
The most common types of melanoma are basal cell carcinoma, epidermal neoplasia, basal cell sarcoma and squamous cell carcinomas.
The ACSR report also includes data on the rates for non-melanomas.
People who develop the most severe and long-lasting cancer, known as primary or advanced melanoma and also known as basal cell and squamosal cancer, have the highest survival rates.
The mortality rate for patients with advanced melanomas is between 25 and 80 percent, the report notes.
A study released this month in The Lancet by scientists at the University of Michigan School of Medicine estimated that the rate of survival for the first year after melanoma is 15 to 35 percent.
A similar study by researchers at the National Cancer Institute showed that the mortality rate from melanoma in the U.S. was 20 percent in 2015, up from the 17 percent mortality rate in 2010. More News: