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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.
After her own diagnosis, Melody Burchett founded A Cure In Sight, a non-profit organization raising ocular melanoma awareness.
The 26 awards will support research at 23 institutions in five countries.
L’Oréal Active Cosmetics Division and MRA team up to advance crucial research in skin cancer prevention and detection using AI technology.
Enrica Quattrocchi, MD, examines cutaneous melanoma by applying AI to distinguish between slow growing and aggressive melanomas.
“I feel so fortunate that I’ve been given a second chance," says Schuman, who was diagnosed with melanoma in 2018.
Joann Elmore, MD, MPH, is working to improve the accuracy and consistency of melanoma diagnoses
“I’m very optimistic about our approach and hope that we’ll continue making progress.”
With the launch of the brand-new Inspire App, the Melanoma > Exchange community is getting even better.
“This may be the solution to many problems,” says researcher Rizwan Haq, MD, PhD.
“If you have the opportunity to be part of something that helps others, why wouldn’t you at least try it?”
Researchers expanded our understanding of treatment resistance, identified new treatment targets, and improved detection and prevention.
The forum will bring patients, survivors, and loved ones together with world-renowned melanoma clinicians and researchers.
The new report shows that melanoma is the fifth most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States among both men and women.
Acral, uveal, and mucosal melanoma — known collectively as “rare melanomas” — represent a type of black hole for the clinical communit...
While pervasive, the myth that people of color don’t need to worry about skin cancer is entirely untrue.
A public workshop organized by the FDA and MRA
While most gene mutations are harmless, others are not and can spur the formation of cancer.
“It was amazing to see the tumors shrink over time; and if this helps other people in the future, that’s even better.”
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