Melanoma Research Alliance

The mission of the Melanoma Research Alliance is to end suffering and death due to melanoma by collaborating with all stakeholders to accelerate powerful research, advance cures for all patients, and prevent more melanomas.

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T.J. Sharpe: Beating Cancer Mentally and Emotionally

T.J. Sharpe, melanoma survivor and patient advocate, talks about his experience of coping with anxiety and the recurrence of melanoma and how family plays an integral role in support through the process.

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Is Immunotherapy Contraindicated in Melanoma Patients Who Also Have Immune Disorders?

Dr. Michael Wong discusses the contraindication of immunotherapy given to melanoma patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

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There Is So Much Hope for Melanoma Patients

Martha Bishop, melanoma survivor and patient advocate, discusses what her life was like with melanoma and two very young children. Nine years later, she lives healthily to encourage patients about having faith and hope in getting well with all the research that is still being uncovered.

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Melanoma Survivors Speak: How Clinical Trials Saved My Life

Melanoma survivors and patient advocates T.J. Sharpe and Martha Bishop discuss their journey in their searches for the best treatment. Both T.J. and Martha had to muddle through a couple medicines to find the one that worked best for them.

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Don’t Lose Hope, An Advanced Melanoma Survivor Speaks

T.J. Sharpe, a melanoma survivor and patient advocate, discusses his diagnosis with melanoma and how he almost didn’t catch it in time. His new goal is to help support other patients in their own diagnosis and to spread the word about the importance of life.

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Does Traditional Chinese Medicine Have a Role in Treating Melanoma?

What is the difference between Chinese medicine and Western medicine? Can they work in conjunction with each other? Dr. Michael Wong discusses the difference between the two and how both can work for a patient with cancer.

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Page last updated on February 19, 2015