PRACTITIONER 2009;253(1722):xx-xx

Early detection of melanoma improves survival

01 Oct 2009Registered users

The incidence of melanoma has risen over the past 30 years but most of this increase involves early melanomas which have less impact on mortality. This may explain why mortality has not changed in parallel with incidence as flat rates and even downturns have been observed in most Caucasian populations.

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