Spotting Skin Cancer Before The Spots Appear
Early detection of malignant melanoma, a cancer that killed 6,500 people last year, can save lives. Now, a technique just introduced in the U.S., called epiluminescence microscopy (EM), may help dermatologists detect the disease before the deadly cell changes become visible to the naked eye.
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