Fighting Melanoma Together

NEWLY DIAGNOSED WITH MELANOMA?

After your melanoma diagnosis, you may receive information from every direction and you will have lots of questions:  What will happen to me? What does all this mean? How will I cope? How can I tell my loved ones?

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TREATMENT OPTIONS

If you've been diagnosed with melanoma, your cancer care team will discuss your treatment options with you. It's important to weigh the benefits of each treatment option against the possible risks and side effects.

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Jon Herron

Meet Jonathan Herron.
He's the reason we're here.

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WAYS TO SUPPORT US

There are many different ways in which you can support Melanoma UK, from taking part in an event, volunteering your time, leave a gift in your will to fundraising. Click here for more ideas of how to help us.

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YOU ARE NOT ALONE

We have options to support patients, carers, family, and friends and regain control.  Receive social, emotional, and practical support throughout your cancer journey with Melanoma UK and our support network.

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News

  • GATEWAYC LAUNCHES A NEW SKIN CANCER COURSE FOR HCPS

    During the pandemic we were able to work with and support GatewayC to develop a new Skin Cancer - Early Diagnosis course which is available to all healthcare professionals (HCPs). Read more

  • WHAT IS YOUR STORY OF HOPE?

    Starting in May and to mark Melanoma Awareness Month, we will be featuring stories from our community that focus on the theme of Hope. Hope comes in many forms for our Melanoma community and their families, and we have asked a few people to share their stories and what Hope means to them. Read more

  • MEET ALICE HART-DAVIS OUR NEW MELANOMA UK AMBASSADOR

    Interviewing countless doctors and dermatologists over the past 25 years has made Alice evangelical about the need for skin protection. As an award-winning beauty journalist, she is delighted to add her voice to Melanoma UK. Read more

  • BECAUSE I CHECKED MY SKIN

    During Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and part of this year's Global Coalition work, Melanoma UK will be shining a light on a new public awareness campaign, #becauseIcheckedmyskin, and urge people to conduct a skin self-examination. Read more