News & Events
Our Conjoint Medical Directors have been announced as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
News reports today of a recently evicted Australian Survivor star being diagnosed with melanoma should serve as a stark warning to all Australians of the serious health risks posed by sun exposure.
Five years ago Julie Randall was diagnosed with melanoma and was given months to live. The melanoma had spread throughout her body. The doctors said it was incurable and she’d be lucky if she survived the next nine months. Julie, a patient at Melanoma Institute Australia under Professor Georgina Long was placed on an experimental drug trial. To watch the entire program, visit 9now.com or click here.
Dr James Wilmott is researching how melanoma forms in young people.
Congratulations to MIA’s Community Coordinator and melanoma survivor Jay Allen who has been announced as a nominee for the 2018 Australian of the Year Awards.
Evaluation of Groin Lymphadenectomy Extent for Metastatic Melanoma (EAGLE FM) clinical trial has recruited its first patient.