The goal of the I’m Living Proof initiative is to ensure that those diagnosed with melanoma know that survival is possible. This website is intended to provide a wealth of information, resources, and support to those touched by the disease, while connecting you to a network of survivors who have shared their stories.  If you wish to share your story or to connect with other survivors, email or take a look at our map to meet fellow survivors.


Hand in hand, we fight melanoma together.

How would you rewrite your cancer story?

Was there a moment in your cancer experience that could be improved through critical thinking and innovation? Help identify the moments that could become part of the Rewrite Cancer Innovation Challenge.

Cancer Survivorship – ASCO answers

As you finish cancer treatment, you might be wondering: What happens next? The answer is different for every person. Some people return to the lives they were leading before their diagnosis, while the lives of others are significantly changed by their cancer experience. The challenge for every survivor is figuring out how to return to everyday life while adjusting to the effects of the disease and its treatment. Click here to READ MORE – excerpt from “Trusted Information to Help Manage Your Care from the American Society of Clinical Oncology”

Melanoma Just Got Personal

Melanoma is a personal journey, different for every patient and every friend or family member. It’s a personal disease, with different causes, symptoms, courses of progression, treatments and prognosis. It’s useful to know about the disease as you make your own personal journey with melanoma.  This website is also intended to provide information and resources for you to get personal with advanced melanoma – to learn about it and to be inspired and helped by others who have already been on the journey:

together we can make a difference

Making awareness and education available is crucial. Since 2006, the Foundation has worked to raise awareness of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers focusing on education, prevention and the need for improved patient care.

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