Clinical utility of skin cancer and melanoma risk scores for population screening: TRoPICS study

Source: MDLinx, December 2020

Researchers conducted the study for evaluating the clinical utility of risk-assessment tools to identify people with prevalent skin cancers in a volunteer-based screening clinic.

Participants in the study were adults presenting at a volunteer-based skin cancer screening facility for a skin check.

Five hundred seven (64%) of 789 individuals who presented to the clinic consented to the study.

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