Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer, less common than basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas.

Melanoma Program

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Our Services

The Melanoma Program at Boston Medical Center provides coordinated, rapid access to diagnosis and treatment for all stages of melanoma. Depending on a patient’s disease stage and particular needs, our team works closely with both the referring physician and the patient to determine and implement a comprehensive approach, starting with careful arrangements for initial appointments, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. 

The Melanoma Program provides rapid and coordinated access to the following comprehensive services:

Comprehensive Dermatologic Evaluation
Dermatologic surgery
Moh’s surgery

Surgical Evaluations
Surgical excision
Sentinel node biopsy
Lymph node dissection
Isolated limb perfusions
Plastic surgery reconstruction
Surgery for advanced or metastatic disease
Thoracic Oncology

Radiation Therapy
Intensity modulated radiation therapy
CyberKnife therapy

Medical Oncology
Interferon therapy
Clinical trials
Biologic therapies
Investigational new therapies

Comprehensive Genetic Evaluations and Testing

Coordinated Follow-up

Support Services



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