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Correspondence
June 2003

The Significance of Vascular Invasion in Primary Melanomas of Thin or Intermediate Thickness—Reply

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Arch Dermatol. 2003;139(6):809. doi:10.1001/archderm.139.6.809

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One does not have to be a rocket scientist or even have a PhD degree to figure out that vascular invasion by cells of melanoma is not a good prognostic sign; therefore, it came as no surprise that the results of their "Study" published in the ARCHIVES under the title "Vascular Involvement in the Prognosis of Primary Cutaneous Melanoma" prompted Kashani-Sabet et al 1 to conclude the following:

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