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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.
My wife Helen died from stage 4 Melanoma in 2017, my 3 boys and myself are keen to raise money to prevent other people going through what Helen went through and at the same time remember Helen for the fun loving person she was.
I lost someone for Melanoma very close to my heart, coming up to 2 years ago and now I feel ready to do something in memory of her, but also to raise awareness of Melanoma and money for the charity.
Davide Bernardi - My wife was diagnosed with a melanoma 2 and half years ago and I want to support Melanoma UK to get resources to help those that need it.
We want to support the funding of the mole mapping units.
I am looking to raise funds for a new Horus 800 Automated Body Mapping unit for the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre.
Melanoma UK provides essential clinical and emotional support for people living with Melanoma and their families. It is a much needed resource and relies on donations as it receives no government funding.
Andy’s challenge. Dig deep guys.
It's 5 years since I did a run for Melanoma UK.... I said I'd never do it again, and I'm not. But I AM going to do 837 miles from 1 November to 31 May 2020.
i lost someone very close to me last November hes been like a brother to me my whole life and he lost a very short fight to melanoma.
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.
I was diagnosed with melanoma in 2009 and didn't know what it meant. Had a relatively easy ride until May 2018 when it all kicked off. I found Melanoma UK and the moral support they provide to patients invaluable.
My mum has had Melanoma and I would like to raise awareness of the seriousness.