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Reporter looking for Stage III/IV female patients in DC area

Forums General Melanoma Community Reporter looking for Stage III/IV female patients in DC area

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    We’ve received a request from a reporter who is looking to speak with women who have previously been diagnosed with advanced melanoma and who currently live in DC or the surrounding area.  If this sounds like you, and you’re available this Sunday evening (Aug. 8), please let me know by sending an email with your contact information to: [email protected].  We’ll follow up with more information.  Thanks.

     

    Tim

    We’ve received a request from a reporter who is looking to speak with women who have previously been diagnosed with advanced melanoma and who currently live in DC or the surrounding area.  If this sounds like you, and you’re available this Sunday evening (Aug. 8), please let me know by sending an email with your contact information to: [email protected].  We’ll follow up with more information.  Thanks.

     

    Tim

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