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Journal Scan / Research · April 20, 2021

Active Surveillance of Patients Who Have Sentinel Node–Positive Melanoma



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Active Surveillance of Patients Who Have Sentinel Node Positive Melanoma: An International, Multi-Institution Evaluation of Adoption and Early Outcomes After the Multicenter Selective Lymphadenectomy Trial II (MSLT-2)
Cancer 2021 Apr 07;[EPub Ahead of Print], KK Broman, T Hughes, L Dossett, J Sun, D Kirichenko, MJ Carr, A Sharma, EK Bartlett, AAG Nijhuis, JF Thompson, TJ Hieken, L Kottschade, J Downs, DE Gyorki, E Stahlie, A van Akkooi, DW Ollila, J Frank, Y Song, G Karakousis, M Moncrieff, J Nobes, J Vetto, D Han, JM Farma, JL Deneve, MD Fleming, MC Perez, MC Lowe, R Olofsson Bagge, J Mattsson, AY Lee, RS Berman, H Chai, HM Kroon, J Teras, RM Teras, NE Farrow, G Beasley, JYC Hui, L Been, S Kruijff, Y Kim, SMH Naqvi, AA Sarnaik, VK Sondak, JS Zager

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