By A. J. Phillips
The 1st variation of this Monograph on melanoma Detection used to be released through the Inter nationwide Union opposed to melanoma (U.I.CC) in 1966. due to the fact that that point the Committee respon sible for that Monograph has received substantial event during the association of a cervical screening programme in Santiago, Chile and a symposium at the evaluate of mass screening programmes in Sheffield, England. the data got from those actions, including the sensible recommendation from individuals and the advent of recent concepts of melanoma detection have triggered the Committee to revise thoroughly the 1966 book. it's the wish of the overseas Union opposed to melanoma that this revision will end up important to all international locations concerned about or considering melanoma detection programmes. because the Chairman of the melanoma keep an eye on fee in which the Committee on melanoma Prevention and Detection features, I enjoy acknowledging their dedi cation and energy within the coaching of this file. The Committee individuals are: * Dr. A. J. PHILLIPS (Chairman) - Canada Dr. D. A. BoYES - Canada Dr. M. GAITAN-YANGUAS - Colombia * Dr. R. GERARD-MARCHANT - France * Dr. J. KNOWELDEN - England Dr. B. MACMAHON - U.S.A. Dr. M. MONTERO - Chile Dr. T. MORK - Norway Dr. B. TERRACINI - Italy * editorial committee within the practise of the record the Committee used to be assisted by way of Dr. ] OHN WAKEFIELD, a member of the UI.CC Committee on Public schooling. E. C EASSON M.D.
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Cancer Detection: Prepared by the Cancer Detection Committee of the Commission on Cancer Control by A. J. Phillips