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Good afternoon, I am Dr Elliot
So are you asking for a second opinion from that of the nurse that you had seen?
Can you provide a photo please?
Thank you. So I cannot comment as well as the nurse, as a face to face examination picks up a lot more than a photo. However this does not look like a skin cancer. They could be benign warty lesions, but it is most likely a condition called Rhinophyma
Rhinophyma is thought to be secondary to something called acne Rosacea. When it is like this, treatment is difficult with creams and if troublesome there are minor surgical treatments that can correct it
Does this help answer your question?
This could be done through the NHS so there would be no charge. However if it was deemed as cosmetic you would have to have this done privately. Sometimes Dermabrasion can help but I would go see a dermatologist first
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