In 2011 Melanoma UK attended its first appraisal of a melanoma treatment. That treatment was Ipili...
Melanoma UK is a patient organisation dedicated to helping skin cancer patients during all stages and fundraising to provide melanoma nurses and research.
If you are a melanoma patient or carer and need help or support, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always here for you and will do our best to help. If you have any concerns about your skin cancer treatment or if you’ve got questions that you haven’t asked during your appointments, let us know and we’ll do what we can.
If you are a clinician working in this area and would like to speak to us, please do let us know.
We have a free phone number 0808 171 2455 – don’t hesitate to ring.
The group was set up in memory of Jon Herron, a young man from Larne in Northern Ireland who sadly passed away in May 2008. Initially the aim was to fund raise and raise awareness of melanoma and started off as Factor 50, becoming Melanoma UK in 2013.
We were founder members of the parliamentary task force which was brought together by Sian James MP in 2010. We work with NICE and are called upon to give evidence during appraisals of melanoma treatments. Our aim is to provide support to as many melanoma patients and families as we possibly can.
Registered charity number – 1157635
If there is anything on our website that you would like to ask us about, please do get in touch. We do our best to ensure that all information detailed on this site is correct and current. However, if you spot something that you think we have missed or there is something you would like us to include and we haven’t: please do let us know. Pick up the phone, drop us a line, put us in the picture. We are here to help in the best way we can and that means us all working together for a better future for melanoma patients.