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Device Aids Early Skin Cancer Diagnosis

News   Oct 31, 2018 | Original story from Samara University

 
Dermatoscope Aids Early Detection of Melanoma

Methods created by the team of Samara scholars allowed enhancing the efficiency of active and early skin neoplasm diagnostics up to 97 percent when the exactness of usual standard clinical research does not exceed 50-60 percent. Credit: Samara University

 
 
 

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