When the skin cancer specialist heard that the genetic test was negative, he laughed and said "The plot thickens!"
Then he examined my face, and ordered more biopsies.
One of the more alarming aspects of my skin cancer is the fact that the tumours are unusual. No general practitioner I've ever met could accurately diagnose a lesion, and very few dermatologists have been willing to treat me.
Looking at my own face, I couldn't see what the doctor wanted to remove.
I could only see the scars.
But that is irrelevant, and the appointment was arranged.