Unexpected Lumps and Bumps IN and ON Your Body!

Cosmetic dentist Dr. Karent Sierra says signs of oral cancer often appear on the lips, the inner cheek and on the back of the tongue.

When Laura noticed a bump on her forehead was growing, she was convinced that something was wrong, even though doctors told her "it's no big deal."

She pushed until she was referred to neurosurgeon Dr. Isaac Yang at UCLA, who identified the bump as...

Watch as dermatologist Dr. Howard Liu with the Cedars Sinai Medical Group examines a lipoma on Laura's back and removes it.

Neurosurgeon Dr. Isaac Yang at UCLA and Laura join The Doctors to discuss how she's recovering after he removed a tumor from near her brain.

Cheryl has smoked for 30 years, and she's concerned about a sore on her gums. She said she's never thought about the possibility of oral cancer until now. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork challenges Cheryl to stop smoking.

The Doctors help diagnose your body’s most mysterious lumps and bumps. Learn the warning signs of eye, brain and oral cancer. Plus, it’s an unsightly growth that can mimic melanoma, and most people will develop it in their lifetime. Find out what it is an

Strange-looking lumps and bumps on your skin or in your mouth can be scary if you don't know what they are. The Doctors identify different types of lumps and bumps you might find and explain whether you should be worried about them and how to get rid...

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains that smoking can damage DNA, and that’s why people who smoke are at a higher risk of cancer. Other high-risk behaviors for oral cancer are chewing smokeless tobacco and drinking excessive amounts of alcohol.