MIA Patient information evening-Why pathology is central to your care

MIA Patient information evening-Why pathology is central to your care

Publication date: Dec 02, 2019

Professor Richard Scolyer, Co-Medical Director at Melanoma Institute Australia, discusses the role of the pathologist in melanoma research, diagnosis, prognosis, sentinel node biposy and personalised medicine. The pathologist always has your back when it comes to melanoma care.

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Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH pathology
disease MESH Melanoma
pathway KEGG Melanoma
disease MESH diagnosis

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