Asim Ali,Said ul Abrar,Safyan Ahmed,Sheeraz Ahmed,Ubaid Ullah,Muhammad Habib Ullah,Muhammad Tayyab,



colonoscopy,Machine learning,Medicine,Health System,immunotherapy,


An affected person notices an effortless rash over his shoulder but does not get treatment. His spouse suggests he visit the hospital for a physician after few months, who will provide treatment a seborrhea keratosis. Afterward, when the patient went through a colonoscopy screening, a black shaded macule on his shoulder was noticed by a nurse and advises him to evaluate it. Then he takes it to a dermatologist after one month and takes a biopsy specimen for the lesion. Through which they find out a non-dangerous near to cancer but not cancer symptoms. A second reading of the biopsy specimen was suggested by the dermatologist. After that, they started to do the treatment by systematic chemotherapy. One friend who was a physician told the patient why he is not giving a try to immunotherapy.


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