Spanish doctors decry low Mohs' surgery use
This article was originally published in Clinica
Only 1% of skin cancer operations in Spain are performed using micrographic - or Mohs' - surgery, compared to 35% in the US. So said dermatologists of Madrid's Clinica La Luz, in a campaign launched this week to raise awareness of the technique's effectiveness in averting or treating the more invasive forms of skin cancer.
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