Following the mole removal, the certain area is cleaned with hydrogen peroxide to eliminate any debris. Photo courtesy Joel Schlessinger, MD, Board Certified Skin doctor, lovelyskin.com. Click to see larger image. A bandage or dressing is applied. Photo courtesy Joel Schlessinger, MD, Board Certified Skin doctor, lovelyskin.com. Click to view larger image.. Additional Photos of Mole Removal It really is being numbed now. Image courtesy Joel Schlessinger, MD, Board Certified Dermatologist, lovelyskin.com. Click to view larger image. Mole removal. Photo courtesy Joel Schlessinger, MD, Board Certified Skin doctor, lovelyskin.com. Click to see larger image. The punch biopsy excision device is being positioned over the mole to become removed.This year’s theme, ‘uncommon but equal,’ spotlights the healthcare inequalities which exist with rare diseases. Specific objectives include equal access to health care and social services; equal usage of orphan treatments and medications; and equal access to basic social rights such as for example employment and education. ‘Challenges faced by individuals with rare illnesses include delayed medical diagnosis, few treatment options, and difficulty finding medical experts,’ stated Peter L. Saltonstall, CEO and President of NORD. ‘On Rare Disease Day 2011, millions of patients and their own families will talk about their tales to shine a light on uncommon diseases and help educate and inform the general public.’ As a ongoing company dedicated to developing innovative therapies for individuals with rare, devastating disorders, Alexion shares the objective of Rare Disease Time to elevate research, hope and equality for patients.