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Cure Connections®

Advanced Melanoma: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention Panel Discussion, Segment 2

Whether you or a loved one has been diagnosed with skin cancer or you are looking for information regarding the prevention and detection of the disease, there are various resources available to support both patients and loved ones.

In this CURE Connections program, Dr. Philippa Cheetham recognizes two foundations that have turned personal tragedies into missions to save lives by educating others about skin cancers such as melanoma and increasing awareness of risk factors, including the dangers associated with ultraviolet radiation.

Samantha Guild, a melanoma patient and director of public policy for the organization AIM at Melanoma, and Jack and Cara Biggane, of Mollie’s Fund, join Dr. Cheetham to discuss how each of their organizations support patients and loved ones affected by skin cancer. Also joining the program is Michael Lawrence, a patient with advanced melanoma.

Episode 1 Samantha's Diagnosis and Family Considerations
Samantha Guild, a patient advocate, shares her story about being diagnosed with an early-stage melanoma and talks about her sister’s more advanced diagnosis of melanoma just a couple of years later. Samantha also highlights common risk factors of skin cancer.
Episode 2 Mollie Biggane's Diagnosis: Impact on Family
Episode 3 Educating the Public About Misconceptions of Skin Cancer
Episode 4 Addressing Concerns of Vitamin D Deficiency
Episode 5 How to Detect Melanoma and Where to Seek Support
Episode 6 Support for Family and Friends

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