When DD was 2, she had a couple really dark moles that popped up that had to be removed. I somehow ended up with a copy of the pathology report and all but had my daughter at St. Jude to be treated for Melanoma. That report mentioned all these dire sounding things that to the untrained eye were quite scary. Now, 8 years later, DD is still healthy and happy and those moles? Well, they were rare . . . but rare doesn't necessarily mean bad or deadly. My point is, let the doctors do the diagnosing and stay away from those pathology reports. There's a reason those guys get paid big bucks to interpret that stuff. You can always find something scary to keep you awake on the internet. I learned my lesson . . . and now I leave the diagnosing up to the trained professionals!