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You don’t have to go through melanoma alone. Many experts and organizations can help you get through melanoma. Here are some resources to consider.

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Click here to get links to information on nonmelanoma skin cancer and skin changes.

Get a list of references used to create many of these melanoma articles.

See which experts were involved in creating some of these melanoma articles.

Get links to health tools related to melanoma.

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network is a nonprofit alliance of 21 cancer centers throughout the U.S. that treat all cancers.

This link will take you to the U.S. National Cancer Institute’s web page on melanoma.

This link will take you to a directory of melanoma information on the web site of U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

This nonprofit foundation focuses on public awareness, early detection, sun protection, and controlling skin cancer. This link will take you to its web site.

This link will take you to the melanoma overview page of the web site of the American Cancer Society.

Cancer Care is a nonprofit organization that addresses all kinds of cancer, including melanoma. This link will take you to its web site.

This Illinois-based nonprofit group was started in 2003 by a melanoma patient. This link will take you to the foundation’s web site.

The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention is sponsored by the American Academy of Dermatology, American Cancer Society, and The Skin Cancer Foundation. This link will take you to the council’s web site.

You’ve seen those yellow “livestrong” bracelets. This link will take you to the foundation’s web site, where you’ll find lots of information for cancer patients.

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