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Practice may close as PCT refuses sick pay

GPs should not try to excise suspected melanoma and should refer all cases urgently.

Low-suspicion lesions should be monitored against a seven-point checklist over a period of eight weeks, and referred if they score three points.

Dr Tim Mitchell, a GP and clinical lead in dermatology for Bristol North PCT, said the new guidelines seemed 'highly sensible'.

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