Expanded Access Programs: A Time of Amazement in Melanoma
By Louise M. Perkins, Ph.D., MRA Chief Science Officer | 28 August 2014 In Science, Treatment
For those of you keeping a close eye on the field of melanoma treatments, you know that we find ourselves living in a simply amazing period of opportunity and innovation—even though there is still a long way to go.
Immunotherapy & Awareness: Fighting Melanoma on Two Fronts
23 August 2014 In Melanoma Stories
MRA is saddened by the news that Mark Carter lost his battle with melanoma this week. We send our condolences to his family and friends. He had hoped that sharing his story would educate and raise awareness of this deadly disease.
An Outdoor Enthusiast’s Guide to Playing It Sun Safe
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Melanoma Awareness From a High Schooler’s Perspective: Where We Are and Where We Need To Be
19 July 2014 In Melanoma Stories
Not many teenagers know that melanoma is the number one new cancer diagnosed in young adults ages 25-29. It is also difficult to believe that as with many mistakes made at a young age, neglecting sun safety during childhood and adolescence can harm you later in life.
Ready. Set. May!
3 May 2014 In News
Melanoma Awareness Month is here and we've got tons in store this month. Check out MRA's new video "Progress for Patients" below. If you like it, share it! And don't forget to celebrate Melanoma Monday on May 5th by engaging with MRA on social media! [youtube url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5my5tR5SzxU]USA Today offers...
The First FDA Approval of Two Melanoma Therapies in Combination
By Louise M. Perkins, Ph.D., MRA Chief Science Officer | 10 January 2014 In News
You may have heard this from other sources already, but we want to take a minute and explain why we’re so excited at MRA by some recent news. This week, GlaxoSmithKline announced that it had received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of a combination treatment for melanoma.
The Most-Shared Melanoma Stories of 2013
30 December 2013 In News
[caption id="attachment_714" align="alignright" width="350"] A melanoma tumor as seen with photoacoustic microscopy, Lihong Wang, Washington University in St. Louis[/caption] There was plenty of exciting melanoma news in 2013, from scientific breakthroughs to new treatments to effective melanoma awareness initiatives.
Looking Back on 2013
23 December 2013 In News
From everyone here at the Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA), we wish you a healthy and happy holiday season and extend our heartfelt gratitude for an amazing year of progress and collaboration. We are so thankful for the tremendous support we received this year from so many people who share our...
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