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Mole screening has become a very important part of health screening. Whilst the majority of moles are completely benign (harmless), the screening process aims to screen out the benign lesions and provide early diagnosis of suspect or potentially cancerous moles or melanomas so they can be removed. Early detection of malignant melanomas is vital for sucessful treatment and recovery. A number of methods to screen moles for cancer are in use by dermatologists, which include a dermoscopy or a SIAscopy.
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