Research & Science

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Make a Difference Through Science

If you are looking for a way to get involved in melanoma research, you can participate in any number of ways – through a clinical trial, as a research advocate, in the grant review process, and/or through fundraising. Consider getting involved today!

Get Involved through clinical trials: All treatments that are available today have been discovered through clinical trials. Clinical trials are often viewed as the best treatment option for Stage II, III and IV melanoma patients, so it is important that you learn about them as a treatment option to help you make an informed treatment decision. All treatment options, including clinical trials, should be thoroughly discussed with your melanoma team. 

Get Involved as a Research Advocate: The MRF Advocacy Program is a platform for those affected by melanoma to share their voice and transform melanoma care. Whether you are a patient, caregiver, survivor, healthcare professional or partner, YOU play a critical role in the advancement of better outcomes for the over one million Americans living with melanoma and their loved ones.

Get Involved in the grant review process: The MRF is committed to advancing a broad scientific agenda across the disciplines of prevention, diagnosis and treatment. The MRF proudly partners with advocates, scientists, professional societies, the National Cancer Institute, the Department of Defense, the Food and Drug Administration, Congress, other nonprofits and industry to create an environment that stimulates the best research and accelerates its translation into options for patients and their families. These critical partnerships aim to improve the quality and length of life for melanoma patients.

Get Involved by Fundraising: When you give to the MRF, we put your dollars to work. The MRF is committed to research, education and advocacy in our battle to find more effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for melanoma. With your help, we can raise awareness, support medical research to find effective new treatments for melanoma, and provide resources and education to the melanoma community. Together, we are making a difference!