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I can’t search user profiles – is this still possible?
Hello, I am returning to MPIP after a long time to help deal with some scanxiety, after experiencing some new neurological symptoms. Everything has changed on the website since my last visit! It took me an age to find my profile to update it. Is it still possible to search users’ profiles, e.g. search by melanoma stage? I can’t seem to find how to do this – can anyone talk me through it? Thanks!
Hi Kate, I too struggle with navigation round this site. I see you are based in the UK, me too. I have been dx Jan this year with Stage 1a and still trying to get my head round all of this. Just wanted to give you another group to connect to that is on face book. It is called stage 1 & 2 melanoma patients learning to live again, not sure if you are already a member but they are a lovely bunch just like this group.
Take care of you and fingers crossed for your results xx
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