Book Review| Volume 35, ISSUE 2, P235-236, March 2017

Book Review

      I read this book, a few chapters at a time, on my commute to clinic each morning. By the time I stepped into the office, I was already trying to think of how I would put my newfound knowledge to use. Although modest in appearance, this book is full of useful and practical information. If you take the time to read this book, I think you will find you look at pink lesions with a new found sense of respect and familiarity. They will no longer be amorphous blobs of unknown malignant potential, but a puzzle, which may be carefully put together to deliver a clinical decision with confidence.
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