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No Survival Increase in Melanoma With Completion Dissection for Sentinel Node Mets

18:49 EDT 21 Jun 2017 | Cancer Networks

Patients with node-positive intermediate-thickness melanoma had an increased rate of regional disease control when undergoing completion lymph-node dissection for sentinel node metastases, however, there was no increase in melanoma-specific survival.

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