Melanoma surveillance in the United States
The public health future of melanoma control
Melanoma surveillance in the United States: Overview of methods
Recent trends in cutaneous melanoma incidence and death rates in the United States, 1992-2006
Racial and ethnic variations in incidence and survival of cutaneous melanoma in the United States, 1999-2006
Melanoma in adolescents and young adults (ages 15-39 years): United States, 1999-2006
Association between cutaneous melanoma incidence rates among white US residents and county-level estimates of solar ultraviolet exposure
Association of cutaneous melanoma incidence with area-based socioeconomic indicators–United States, 2004-2006
Subsequent primary cancers among men and women with in situ and invasive melanoma of the skin
Melanoma survival in the United States, 1992 to 2005
Reducing mortality in individuals at high risk for advanced melanoma through education and screening
Effect of the staging schema on melanoma cancer reporting, 1999 to 2006
Targeting children through school-based education and policy strategies: Comprehensive cancer control activities in melanoma prevention
Prevalence of sunburn, sun protection, and indoor tanning behaviors among Americans: Review from national surveys and case studies of 3 states
Melanoma reporting to central cancer registries by US dermatologists: An analysis of the persistent knowledge and practice gap
The health burden and economic costs of cutaneous melanoma mortality by race/ethnicity–United States, 2000 to 2006
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