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MELA Sciences, Inc., a Leader in the Fight Against Melanoma, Participates in the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting
Date:10/2/2013

ommitted to raising awareness of the disease and helping dermatologists fight this deadly epidemic with MelaFind® as an advanced tool to help in diagnosis," said Robert Coradini, Interim CEO for MELA Sciences. "It is the only FDA approved and CE Marked optical diagnostic device for melanoma detection, which non-invasively and painlessly takes 3-D images of a mole as deep as 2.5mm below the skin's surface with multi-spectral light and analyzes 75 key features with proprietary algorithms to aid dermatologists with useful information in their biopsy decisions of ambiguous moles."

"The results obtained from a MelaFind® exam combined with my expertise in dermatology and knowledge of patient histories helps me to make the best decision for my patients when examining atypical lesions," said Darrell Rigel, MD, Clinical Professor of Dermatology, New York University and recently named Chief Medical Advisor to the Board of Directors of MELA Sciences, Inc. "Using MelaFind®, I can see up to 2.5mm beneath the surface of the skin to obtain information I wouldn't have seen using the naked eye."

MelaFind® has been recognized by the Cleveland Clinic as a Top 10 Medical Innovation for 2013 and was recently featured in The Wall Street Journal. Consumers can learn more about the device or locate a dermatologist with MelaFind® in their area by visiting www.melafind.com.

About MELA Sciences, Inc.
MELA Sciences, Inc. is a medical device company focused on the commercialization of its flagship product, MelaFind® and its further design and development. MelaFind® is a non-invasive tool that provides additional information to dermatologists during melanoma skin examinations. The device uses light from visible to near-infrared wavel
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