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Optimizing imaging studies for baseline assessment and surveillance of melanoma

CME Course Duration:

Start Date: January 2009
End Date: January 2010

Susan M. Swetter, MD
Associate Professor Dermatology
Director, Pigmented Lesion and Cutaneous Melanoma Clinic
Stanford University Medical Center/VA Palo Alto
Health Care System
Co-Director, Stanford multidisciplinary Melanoma Clinic
Stanford, CA

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Target Audience

This activity is directed toward surgical oncologists, general surgeons, oncology nurses, medical oncologists, dermatologists, and other healthcare professionals who treat or screen for melanoma.

Educational Objective

Select optimal imaging studies for baseline assessment and surveillance of melanoma

Faculty Disclosure Statement

Dr. Susan M. Swetter has disclosed she has received grant/research support from Schering-Plough Corporation.

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