Melanoma International Foundation

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250 Mapleflower Rd Glenmoore PA 19343 USA


To reduce the burden and bring understanding to the journey of melanoma. Through our helpline, online forum, and personal email, we help thousands of patients who are diagnosed with melanoma.


1. Patient Outreach: helpline, forum, email assistance to over 5000 patients a year2. Send out our book and other educational materials to thousands.3. Educate: k-8, Save Your Skin Pledge for tanning salon prevention, lunch and learn webinars for early detection to many corporate entities.

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I am patient and I mentiene in contact with other patients and current treatment options. This page contains me in ways unimaginable.

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The Melanoma International foundation is proactive in an area where early detection can literally mean the difference between life and death. Caherine and her staff have made a huge difference in many lives of individuals and families faced with melanoma. Thihs is the organization worthy of recognition in the fight against cancer and specifically melanoma.

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the services provided in terms of screening and understanding.

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The in-depth knowledge and caring of the founder and the staff

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