Nature Reviews Disease Primers – Uveal Melanoma, April 9, 2020


Shift in treatment modalities associated with improved outcomes in uveal melanoma patients with liver metastasis, Thomas Jefferson University, 3-Feb-20 – A new website providing resources for health care providers, by Immunocore


Presentation to Patients, by Dr. Damato: Improving the care pathway for patients with ocular melanoma – Advances and Combinations Raise Sights on Uveal Melanoma


Blog for #EyeGetDilated campaign – #EyeGetDilated: Be Smart. Beat it. – CureOM, Melanoma Research Foundation – Management of Metastatic Uveal Melanoma, by Dr. R. Carvajal


Click here to read more about ocular melanoma and available testing in Canada: Uveal Melanoma, Prognostic Genetic Test


OM Guidelines for Management; Scanning frequency recommended by Thomas Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia – world leaders in treating ocular melanoma metastasis


Rare Disease Report: Dr Takami Sato Discusses IMCgp100 Treatment for Metastatic Uveal Melanoma


National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) – Clinical Practice Guidelines on Uveal Melanoma – v 1.2018 – March 15, 2018


Current Oncology: Management of uveal melanoma: a consensus-based provincial clinical practice guideline – Alberta, Canada, February 18, 2016


Click here to read our Survey Report, August 2018 – Save Your Skin Foundation Patient Survey: Understanding Ocular Melanoma in Canada


Ocular oncologist and research lab join forces to save patient with eye cancer –  McGill University Health Centre


Uveal Melanoma Database, Vision Health Research Network, Quebec


Ocular Melanoma: What You Need to Know as a Patient, Blog by David Jung (MD Candidate 2021, UBC) & Harry Chaocheng Liu, BSc, MD (PGY 1 Dermatology Resident, UBC)

Thank you to CureOM for inviting OcuMel UK, Ocumel Ireland and Ocumel Canada to take part in the first-ever international panel discussion at the 2019 CureOM Eyes on a Cure: Patient & Caregiver Symposium! We’re honoured to have such dedicated partners and excited for what’s to come.

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Listed above are a few sources of information and support you might find useful. These groups are not connected to Save Your Skin Foundation. We are providing the links as useful sources of information but do not monitor content for accuracy and quality.

NOTE: The information on the Save Your Skin Foundation website is not intended to replace the medical advice of a doctor or healthcare provider. While we make every effort to ensure that the information on our site is as current as possible, please note that information and statistics are subject to change as new research and studies are published. 

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