Melanoma

Melanoma

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Melanoma

Melanoma

Did you know?

Some symptoms of melanoma include a sore that doesn’t go away or a spot or sore that becomes agonizing, inflamed, tender, or starts to bleed.
(http://www.melanoma.org)

About 65% of all cases of melanoma develop from ultraviolet exposure from the sunlight or non-natural sources like tanning beds.
(http://www.melanoma.org)

People under the age of 30 are at a higher risk for melanoma than any other age group. The risk has increased 50% since 1980.
(http://www.melanoma.org)

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Resources

AIM at Melanoma
1(972)307-9325
www.aimatmelanoma.org

Melanoma International Foundation
1(866)463-6663 toll free
www.melanomaintl.org

Melanoma Research Foundation
1(800)673-1290 toll free or 1(202)347-9675
www.melanoma.org