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Patients, families, carers, and clinicians are at the heart of our work.
We are passionate about our work and will work tirelessly to get results. Read more
The Melanoma UK Digital Registry App Giving Patients A Voice To Improve Care. Read more
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. Read more
Skin cancer rates continue to soar in the UK, melanoma kills 6 people every day. Sunbed users have an increased risk of developing skin cancer. Read more
At Melanoma UK it is our challenge and desire to give patients and their families much needed support during the very difficult times faced upon diagnosis. We're always on the other end of the phone. If you require melanoma support please call us on 0808 171 2455.
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.
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.
Living with melanoma? Melanoma UK believes a strong support community is critical to healing and recovery.
Research shows how denial contributes to skin cancer
incidence and mortality rates Read more
Melanoma: Let’s get under the skin of it is a campaign to encourage patients, loved ones, partners and carers to learn more about melanoma. Read more
Melanoma Mates Supporter Wins £1000 Read more
Did you know that charity shops raise around £300m a year for charities in the UK? Read more
Living with and beyond cancer, a new issue, a new paradigm? Read more
Melanoma UK has been invited to attend the launch of the report: A review of patient involvement in HTAs. Read more
Melanoma UK attended the Charity Event to discuss and understand the next steps for the NHS Long Term Plan. Read more
Understanding the experiences of patients, their families and carers is a key element in our decision making process. Read more