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The Melanoma Research Alliance commits strategic research funding to improve the understanding about the causes of melanoma and to develop better treatments for this deadly disease.
Encouraging clinical trials find new immunotherapy drugs targeting a certain protein may be effective treatments for melanoma.
This small, water-resistant sticker, applied to skin exposed to direct sunlight, lets you know when it is time to reapply sunscreen.
The same therapies having an impact in advanced melanoma have a comparable impact in eradicating microscopic deposits of residual disease.
After losing his dad and uncle to melanoma, Patrick O’Neill raises awareness and funding around the disease through horseracing.
Summer Kramer’s experience with melanoma moved her to build SUMMERSKIN – a sun protective clothing brand sold online.
Findings suggest that UV exposure is unlikely associated with an increased risk of developing melanoma in individuals with skin of color.
Lauren Alptunaer’s metastatic melanoma diagnosis stirred her passion for medicine.
The Nobel Prize winner continues to search for more immune checkpoints that can be blocked.
Craig Schuh describes his meaningful experience after being diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma in April of 2020.
Dr. Hodi is one of the trailblazers in immunotherapy and melanoma research.
The Melanoma Research Alliance announces a virtual event featuring leading experts in the melanoma field.
Denise Kellen, a member of Melanoma Research Alliance’s board of directors, describes her personal experience with surviving melanoma.
The Melanoma Research Alliance presents a Perspective in Cancer Cell, which identifies challenges in melanoma research and drug discovery
Researchers report that a personalized cancer vaccine called NeoVax may work to keep melanoma at bay
Mitch Diamond, 13, is asking others to help him raise awareness of and help prevent melanoma in honor of his late grandfather.
The Melanoma Research Alliance shares the top five items that has our team excited for the coming year in the fight against melanoma.
Barbara Premisler uses art to process her feelings and briefly escape the pressures and stress of her metastatic melanoma diagnosis.
Scientists assembled the largest molecular dataset and used it to uncover new details that may help in diagnosis and treatment.
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