Melanoma needs surveillance




A pigmented lesion is shown in a digital imaging while Dr. Geoffrey Young, Chief of Head & Neck Surgery at Miami Cancer Institute explains that Melanoma is changing pigmented lesion and when it has any change it should be biopsied.

He also says that people with other cancer melanomas or strong family histories may need more increased surveillance.

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