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Published: 20.12.16
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Prof Carol Bradford - University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, USA

Prof Bradford speaks with ecancertv at the IFHNOS 2016 session in Moscow about melanoma of the head and neck, caused by lack of protection to UV radiation from the Sun, or other sources including tanning beds.

She relates the case of young boy with two positive lymph node biopsies, which can indicate metastatic spread early in tumour development.

She also spoke with ecancer about the epidemic of HPV related throat cancer, here.

 

 

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