'Being able to tell my children that I now have no evidence of disease was the best day ever!' Jen Benfield, Stage IV melanoma survivor
“I’m one of the lucky ones,” said Barbara. Barbara Holland was diagnosed with mucosal melanoma in 2015.
Diane never thought a routine breast screen would result in a melanoma diagnosis.
Advances in melanoma treatment gave Andrea an extra two years with her children. We gave Andrea extra time – but not enough time.
Melissa Tague, 32, first assumed a lump in her groin was an in-grown hair. But it turned out to be melanoma which had spread to her lymph nodes.
When Dannielle was told that her boyfriend Adam had late-stage advanced melanoma, she wasn't sure if he would be alive for Christmas that year.
Meet babies Mia and Gracie Georgina. Not only are they the apple of their dads’ eyes, but they are the ultimate thank you to the organisation that saved their lives.
David Day was one of the 20% of people with advanced melanoma have primary resistance to new drugs with ‘super progression' and we need to find out why.
Once riddled with tumours, Ian is now living life to fullest with no sign of disease thanks to immunotherapy.
Michael shares his story of his melanoma diagnosis and being on a clinical trial.