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April 23rd: Ask The Expert: Finding support in the AYA Community

Forums Pediatric & AYA Melanoma Community April 23rd: Ask The Expert: Finding support in the AYA Community

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    Ryann Daniels
      Join the Melanoma Research Foundation (MRF) on Tuesday, April 23rd at 7:00pm ET for a discussion to highlight melanoma in the adolescent and young adult population, featuring Dr. Kelly Nelson, Professor of Dermatology at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Nelson also serves as the associate medical director for the multidisciplinary Melanoma and Skin Clinic. Joining Dr. Nelson is Jenn Routt, a young adult patient survivor and advocate. This webinar will focus on the unique experiences of adolescents and young adults affected by melanoma, offering valuable insights into finding support and accessing resources. At the conclusion of the discussion, there will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions to both Jenn and Dr. Nelson. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain knowledge, support, and inspiration. Register now to secure your spot!
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