Great news: all three of Erin's scary-looking moles are benign. I can't tell you what a relief this is. Utah friends may be aware of a woman in the news who had a melanoma on her back that spread to her spine, and then went everywhere. Worse, the woman was pregnant. She held off treatment until the the baby could be born; she delivered three months early, but the baby still didn't make it, living only two weeks. And now the woman is expected to die within the year.
So, having scary moles on her back, including one directly on her spine, has caused a lot of stress. And I don't handle stress these days.