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Happy Melanoma Awareness Month from the MRF!

Forums General Melanoma Community Happy Melanoma Awareness Month from the MRF!

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      Happy Melanoma Awareness Month from the MRF! We have a number of events planned for this month to raise awareness and provide melanoma educational opportunities. You can find more by visiting our MAM webpage!

      Visit the MRF’s Facebook page to see additional content!

      While we know that melanoma affects each of you every day, be sure to continue to encourage your family and friends to conduct self-skin checks, use sunscreen regularly, and schedule their annual dermatology exams.

      Please share your personal melanoma story! If you’d like to have yours posted on the MRF’s blog and/or social media channels, please reach out to: [email protected].

      Thanks for all that each of you do to support your fellow Forum members’ melanoma journey.

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          I agree with Celeste. This is a really crazy place to find some much spam.
          ed williams
            I am sorry but you can not comment on this post ladies!!! Melanoma humor!!!
              ed williams
                What I should have written is “this topic has been reported for inappropriate topic!!!”
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