In JAMA Dermatology, a team led by Adewole S. Adamson, MD, from The University of Texas at Austin, investigates whether there is an association, specifically in People of Color, between UV exposure and melanoma. MRA breaks down the research findings and evaluates how it should impact your sun safety practices.
When Lauren was living in Tanzania, she made a bucket list that included 'seeing a miracle." Little did she know she would become her own melanoma miracle. Almost eight years later, she is just beginning her career as a nurse and continues to be NED.
Every revolution needs trailblazers—people who restlessly and relentlessly search for paths forward. At MRA, we’re fortunate to partner with innovative trailblazers who are guiding the entire field of melanoma further, such as two time MRA-funded investigator Dr. F. Stephen Hodi.
“I believe there is a reason that I’m going through this. If I can help prevent someone else’s melanoma, or make their journey easier, or help advance research – that’d be worth it,” says Craig. “I feel honored to be part of the melanoma community. It’s a powerful community – and I feel obligated to do something in support of it.”
UV Exposure & Risk of Cutaneous Melanoma in Skin of Color
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Relentless in the Fight: Dr. F. Stephen Hodi
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