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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? Read more
Do You Know Your ABC...DE's?
The ABCDE Rule of skin cancer is an easy-to-remember system for determining whether a mole or growth may be cancerous. Read more
We recommend that you do a head-to-toe self-examination of your skin every month. This way you can find any new or changing lesions that might be cancerous or precancerous. Read more
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?
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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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.
Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has recommended approval of Opdivo (nivolumab) as a monotherapy for the adjuvant treatment of adults and adolescents 12 years of age and older with completely resected stage IIB or IIC melanoma. Read more
With melanoma and non-melanoma incidence rates on the rise, Melanoma UK is conducting a national survey to explore the awareness surrounding sunscreen in the UK. Read more
It is a disease awareness day, that will take place on 26th May every year, as part of Melanoma Awareness Month. Read more
We are pleased to announce that another Skin Imaging system is now in situ at the University Hospital of Birmingham. Read more
How my melanoma in situ journey changed my outlook on life and shaped me into the doctor I am today. Read more
All aboard the Melanoma Rollercoaster - buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy ride - destination unclear. Read more
I was someone who used to use sunbeds when I was younger to look and feel good in my skin, I also had a lot of moles, that was something I got used to being part of me. Read more
Shane McCormick is keen to raise awareness of melanoma skin cancer, particularly in the landscaping and building industry where many people work outdoors and don’t use enough sun protection. Read more