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Patching Up Skin Cancer with Silicone Needles

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    Traditional therapies for skin cancer are often invasive and can lead to serious side effects. But with emerging research, clinicians may have found an alternative treatment for melanoma with minimal side effects. How will this affect the treatment landscape for melanoma? Professor Chi Hwan Lee, an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, discusses his study of upcoming melanoma treatment with Dr. Michael Greenberg.

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    Traditional therapies for skin cancer are often invasive and can lead to serious side effects. But with emerging research, clinicians may have found an alternative treatment for melanoma with minimal side effects. How will this affect the treatment landscape for melanoma? Professor Chi Hwan Lee, an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, discusses his study of upcoming melanoma treatment with Dr. Michael Greenberg.

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