Funding sources We are grateful to all colleagues across Europe who have supported and contributed to the Euromelanoma campaign. The Euromelanoma campaigns in all participating European countries were sponsored by multiple dermatological societies, cancer leagues and (pharmaceutical) companies, specific for each country. Names of sponsors are available through the corresponding author. Funding for publication of this supplement was provided by the European Skin Cancer Foundation (ESCF).
Euromelanoma: a dermatology-led European campaign against nonmelanoma skin cancer and cutaneous melanoma. Past, present and future
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British Journal of Dermatology
Special Issue: Prevention initiative for dermatological malignancies: where do we stand?
Volume 167, Issue Supplement s2, pages 99–104, August 2012
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Stratigos, A.J., Forsea, A.M., van der Leest, R.J.T., de Vries, E., Nagore, E., Bulliard, J.-L., Trakatelli, M., Paoli, J., Peris, K., Hercogova, J., Bylaite, M., Maselis, T., Correia, O. and del Marmol, V. (2012), Euromelanoma: a dermatology-led European campaign against nonmelanoma skin cancer and cutaneous melanoma. Past, present and future. British Journal of Dermatology, 167: 99–104. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2133.2012.11092.x
Conflicts of interest None declared.
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