The value of clinical data


Over the last half century, clinicians and researchers have made enormous advances in detecting and treating melanoma.

From the development of simple and widely usable clinical checklists to dermoscopy to 3D whole body imaging to artificial intelligence algorithms, and from operations to chemotherapy to today’s targeted therapies and immunotherapies, new discoveries have helped detect melanomas early, when they are most easily treated, and improved the outlook for those with advanced melanoma. The common element in all these advances is clinical data: images, histopathology results and information from clinicians and patients alike who have generously donated their time, experience, and knowledge.

Keep reading at The value of clinical data.