Corrado Caracò, MD, PhD, is chief of the Unit of Melanoma and skin cancer Surgical Oncology at the National Tumor Institute Fondazione G. Pascale in Naples (Italy). He earned his medical degree from the University of Naples, where he earned board certification in general surgery. Since 2002 served as a postdoctoral fellow and then vice director of the Unit of Melanoma and skin cancer surgical oncology. He has served as co-investigator in many clinical trials both for surgical and therapeutic purpose in melanoma management field. He has been an invited speaker at more than 50 national and international meetings, and maintains active memberships in several medical societies in Italy as well in US. Major research interests have included the role of sentinel lymph node biopsy, the indication to completion lymph node dissection in positive sentinel node patients, in electrochemotherapy and vaccination treatments.
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