Regular screening by primary care physicians can help catch melanoma much earlier, making it potentially easier to treat and increasing the likelihood patients will survive the disease, according to a recent study. Photo by cunaplus/Shutterstock CHICAGO, June 7 (UPI) — Regular screening for skin cancer could help doctors detect it earlier, finding cancer when it is smaller and potentially easier to treat, researchers say. The program was based on a similar one in Germany, and was mounted by researchers because of increasing rates of skin cancer that is farther along and more difficult to treat.
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