New Tool Helps Detect Skin Cancer
In medical news, there is possibly a big breakthrough in detecting deadly skin cancer. More than 68,000 Americans are diagnosed with melanoma every year. It's one of the fastest-growing cancers, so early detection is key.
Now there's an experimental tool that might save lives.
As John McKenzie reports, it's medicine on the cutting edge.
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