May be moving to CT. Does anyone have any input on Yale Cancer Center as a melanoma center.Has anyone any first hand experience there.May it be good or bad would appreciate your input.Any doctors should I seek.Thank you.
Prior to my joining a trial at NYU, I was treated at Yale by Dr. Mario Sznol. Dr. Sznol is top drawer.
Dick ,Nice to see your post.Have not ben able to post for quite awhile.This site messed me from replying to any post.Finally was able to contact someone to get the issue resolved.Happy & Healthy New Year my freind.Aldakota22
yale is pretty good althought they still use old drugs like interferon and IL2.
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