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Melanoma UK receives no Government funding and the work we do is only possible thanks to people like you.
The PEACE study seeks to collect tissue samples at post-mortem. By analysing samples collected at post-mortem.
Teledermatology allows specialists quickly to examine and triage cases from photographic and dermoscopic images.
Melanoma UK is looking to raise money to place the FotoFinder Automated Total Body Mapping (ATBM) units into more NHS Trust locations across the UK.
Melanoma UK runs a scheme that will provide assistance to patients who need help and support with the cost of travel to and from the hospital.
The University of Manchester is carrying out research project looking into improving patient responses to immunotherapy.
Many people are aware that Rollo Hawkins was one of our colleagues who very sadly passed away in May 2019.
A new campaign has been launched and it’s urging businesses to donate their cancelled Christmas party budgets to charity.
Our supporters chose Melanoma UK as our main charity partner for the 2020/21 season. We aim to raise as much money for this important and amazing cause.
£1 from the sale of all of our tans will be donated to Melanoma UK. We fully support their plight to ban sunbeds in the UK and to help educate people on safe tanning.
I am fundraising because my dad has been battling melanoma for the past 5 years and my sadly Grandad has past away from melanoma in 2020. I want to help fight against this terrible disease.
The month of March I’ve set myself the challenge of walking 20k steps a day. Tim’s Dad, who he adored was taken from him at such a young age, with this terrible cancer and I want to do this to raise money so no other family has to experience what they had to.
For my amazing dad who passed away in 2016 from Melanoma.
To raise much needed funds for this worthy cause.
My Mum was diagnosed with a malignant melanoma a couple of years ago.
I was diagnosed with Stage 1b Melanoma in September 2020 at the age of 29. I found comfort in reading the support Melanoma UK offered and made me feel as though I belonged to a community and wasn’t in this alone.
We see first hand the effects of melanoma and other skin cancers on a daily basis. More support and research is needed to help combat these conditions.
Most people are aware of the perils of cancer. Far fewer know more specifically about skin cancer (and how to reduce the chances of exposure etc.) and if doing this run for Melanoma UK raises awareness in addition to some cash then it cannot be a bad thing.
We both enjoy running for fun while at the same time fundraising and we’ve chosen Melanoma UK to raise money for Melanoma UK .
To support this amazing charity through difficult times !