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The University of Manchester is carrying out research project looking into improving patient responses to immunotherapy.
Help fund a six-month trial to gain feedback from primary care on the use of a dermatoscope and to see the impact that this had on referral patterns.
Melanoma UK is looking to raise money to place the HORUS HS800 Mole Mapping Units into more NHS Trust locations across the UK.
The PEACE study seeks to collect tissue samples at post-mortem. By analysing samples collected at post-mortem.
Melanoma UK receives no Government funding and the work we do is only possible thanks to people like you.
Saturday 10 September 2022 - Ultra Challenge 28km (17.4 miles) Thames Path Walk from Fulham to Hurst Park in Memory of Neil Evans and to support Melanoma UK
I lost my Dad to stage 4 cancer Melanoma in September 2018. This disease took the strongest man I knew and reduced him down to nothing in a matter of weeks. My dad had only celebrated his 60th birthday that February.
A club climbing challenge organised in memory of a lost friend who loved the sport.
Our beautiful dancer Becky was taken too soon.
I'll be running in memory of my Mum to help support patients and their families following diagnosis of Melanoma and to raise awareness of this type of cancer.
As a medical student with an interest in dermatology I wanted to raise money as part of my medical elective to help people affected by melanoma. I will be walking 500,000 steps over 30 days during my elective period (22nd July - 2nd September) and documenting my progress along the way, hoping to raise as much money as possible for a great cause!
In March 2022 my mother, Julie Crunkhorn, lost her battle with a rare Amelanotic Melanoma. So we would like to raise awareness as well as give back a little as treatment is evolving really quickly.
For someone special.
In 2011 Susan was diagnosed with melonoma cancer. The melonoma was removed and Susan was cancer free until 2022.
To raise awareness of skin cancer in the farming community
After recently hearing about a friend's stage three diagnosis, and their need and want to explore alternative routes to chemo, I want to support ongoing cutting edge research to help treat this condition
To support a worthwhile charity.