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Skin-cancer Scare for Grey's Anatomy Star

Eric Dane had a skin-cancer scare last month. After the Grey's Anatomy star made a dermataologist appointment for what he thought was just a set of badly chapped lips, his doc instead found malignant tissue caused by sun damage. Liquid nitrogen was used to freeze the cancerous cells, and then a cream was applied to remove them. Dane had a severe reaction to the cream, and as such, "I didn't eat very well for a couple of weeks and lost a bunch of weight," he tells OK!. "That was kind of tough, but if that's the trade-off, that's fine." I know a lot of you would rather read a different kind of story about Eric Dane's lips, but this ain't fanfic! The moral: Wear sunscreen. — Mickey O'Connor

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Eric Dane had a skin-cancer scare last month. After the Grey's Anatomy star made a dermataologist appointment for what he thought was just a set of badly chapped lips, his doc instead found malignant tissue caused by sun damage. Liquid nitrogen was used to freeze the cancerous cells, and then a cream was applied to remove them. Dane had a severe reaction to the cream, and as such, "I didn't eat very well for a couple of weeks and lost a bunch of weight," he tells OK!. "That was kind of tough, but if that's the trade-off, that's fine."
I know a lot of you would rather read a different kind of story about Eric Dane's lips, but this ain't fanfic! The moral: Wear sunscreen. - Mickey O'Connor