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Ps100 bÊta and mia, interests in the biological follow-up of cutaneous melanoma

  • At: Beijing (China) (2007)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: POGGI, Bernard (Depatment of Biochemistry HOTEL DIEU, Lyon, France)
  • Co-author(s): GELINEAU, M.C. (Depatment of Biochemistry HOTEL DIEU, LYON, France)
    THOMAS, L. (Department of Dermatology HOTEL DIEU, LYON, France)
  • Abstract:

    The prognosis of survivals for the cutaneous melanoma at metastatic stages is 2 or 3 % at 5 years. A simple non-invasive biological marker which would identify the high-risk patients at an early stage would improve the follow-up as well as the prognosis. We explored and evaluated the advantage of two markers, Melanoma Inhibiting Activity (MIA) and ..

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