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ANZMTG 02.17 MEL-SELF Trial - Can patient-led surveillance detect more early stage recurrent or new primary melanoma than clinician-led surveillance?

After surgical removal of localised melanoma (Melanoma in situ and stage I/II), most patients have a very good prognosis in terms of life expectancy. They are currently recommended to attend lifelong routinely scheduled clinics for surveillance of recurrence or new primary (clinician-led surveillance).  Patient led surveillance is an alternative model of follow-up which uses teledermatology and fast-tracked clinical review. This clinical trial is a randomised, two-arm, pilot study which aims to compare patient-led surveillance with clinical-led surveillance in patients who have been treated for a stage 0/I/II melanoma. 


Study status - In Development

ANZ Clinical Trials Registry # - ACTRN12616001716459 identifier - In Progress

Principal Investigator's details:
Dr. Katy Bell
The University of Sydney 

ANZMTG coordinator details:

Phone: +61 2 9911 7294

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