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Ask the Expert Series on FB!

Forums General Melanoma Community Ask the Expert Series on FB!

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      The MRF has partnered with Castle Biosciences for a 4-part series on cutaneous melanoma.

      Tune in TODAY, Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at 3pm ET for our first April Ask the Expert session, presented by Castle Biosciences, with Dr. Abel Jarell, dermatologist/dermatopathlogist from Northeast Dermatology Associates, and Robert Clark, a melanoma survivor, as they discuss the melanoma patient journey.
      This will live on the FB page, and can also be seen later today on the MRF’s You Tube Channel! Check out the other Ask the Expert Sessions that might pertain to your diagnosis.
      This includes “What is Mucosal Melanoma”,  “Surveilance in Ocular Melanoma”, “Survivorship” and more.
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