Examining Genetic Mutations in Melanoma, Researchers Find 'Intermediate Type' of Lesion | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By examining the order in which genetic mutations crop up in melanoma, a University of California, San Francisco-led team of researchers uncovered genetic evidence for an intermediate type of lesion that falls between benign lesions and unequivocal melanoma.

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