'Mind your Moles' study: protocol of a prospective cohort study of melanocytic naevi.
Green, Adèle C
AffiliationCentre of Health Services Research, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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AbstractHaving many melanocytic naevi or 'moles' on the skin is the strongest predictor of melanoma; thus, much can be learnt from investigating naevi in the general population. We aim to improve the understanding of the epidemiology and biology of naevi by conducting a 3-year prospective study of melanocytic naevi in adults.
Citation'Mind your Moles' study: protocol of a prospective cohort study of melanocytic naevi. 2018, 8(9): e025857 BMJ Open
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