Less intensive monitoring does not jeopardise melanoma care
Added: Friday 2 March 2012
Australian research suggests that adopting a less intensive monitoring schedule for patients with localised primary cutaneous melanoma does not appear to affect the rate of detection of new or recurring melanomas. The investigators suggested that having fewer follow-up visits could reduce patient anxiety as well as saving costs.
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