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Impact Melanoma

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer.  Like other cancers, melanomas start when a particular cell or group of cells in your body begins to grow in an uncontrolled and dangerous way so they can invade surrounding tissues & potentially spread to other parts of the body.

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What is Melanoma?

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer.  It start when particular cells in your body begins to grow.

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Practice Safe Skin

In response to the Surgeon General’s 2014 Call to Action to address skin cancer as a major public concern.

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Find Support

Please see our Support Groups page to find groups for patients and survivors, as well as for caregivers. 

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Make a Difference

Together, we can reduce the rates of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

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IMPACT Melanoma

Community Outreach

We provide Skin Safety programs across New England for community health fairs, school programs, hospital health fairs, and other non-profit groups.

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Partnership Program

Corporate Partnerships

The proceeds from this Partnership Program will enable us to grow our programs & increase our ability to meet our mission, to reduce risk of melanoma & support those who are struggling with this disease.

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