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Black dot on chest. Opened up, jelly yellow substance. Cancer or acne?

I have this black dot on my chest and it has gotten bigger in height about 1mm over the last 4 months and when I fell asleep last night I woke up and in my sleep I must have tossed and turned because it opened up. there is yellow what looks like jello. Is this cancer or just a Black dot from acne because it started out as a small black dot with a dome shaped top and on other sites they said it was a dot from black heads.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Welcome to healthcare magic.

From your description it sound like it was infected acne.
An important thing to notice in black dot/mole is to look wether there are warning sign of melanoma-skin cancer or not.
They are alled ABCD

A for Asymmetry.One half is different than the other half.
     B for Border Irregularity.The edges are notched, uneven, or blurred.
     C for Color.The color is uneven. Shades of brown, tan,and black are present.
     D for DiameterDiameter is greater than 6 millimeters

If you have any of these sign you should see a dermatologist.
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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