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Variability in Predictions from Online Tools: A Demonstration Using Internet-Based Melanoma Predictors.

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Summary of "Variability in Predictions from Online Tools: A Demonstration Using Internet-Based Melanoma Predictors."

Prognostic models are increasingly being made available online, where they can be publicly accessed by both patients and clinicians. These online tools are an important resource for patients to better understand their prognosis and for clinicians to make informed decisions about treatment and follow-up. The goal of this analysis was to highlight the possible variability in multiple online prognostic tools in a single disease.

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Name: Annals of surgical oncology
ISSN: 1534-4681
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