You will be fine, Rockport. My mother-in-law had a small cancerous spot on her nose and got it removed. There are two types of cancers: basal cell carcinoma and malignant malenoma. Basal cell is the most common and least aggressive cancer.
Like Kaebe said, they'll do a biopsy which will remove most of the lesion. Then, after the lab examines it, they will soon find out if it's benign (non-cancerous) or malignant, cancerous. Relax. I've gone through this many times. I have, literally, several areas where biopsies have been done. It's hard, but your life is safe from any potential cancerous threats now and that's all you have to worry about.
On a positive note; after this you should always wear suncreen or foundation with sunscreen in it on your face all over. I have always worn Bare Minerals that's sold on QVC and found in malls that has an SPF 15.
I wish you the best of luck and I have faith that will you be fine.
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