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What’s New in Melanoma Care: From Safety in the Sun to New Research Approaches
May 20 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
UW Carbone and AIM at Melanoma are partnering together to provide a free educational event for individuals affected by melanoma. You’ll walk away with practical tips and approaches to get the most out of your care, while also learning about emerging melanoma research.
Founded in 2004, AIM at Melanoma is a global foundation dedicated to finding more effective treatments and, ultimately, the cure for melanoma. By directing and funding paradigm-shifting research initiatives; educating patients, healthcare professionals, and the public; and advocating for survivors and their families, AIM at Melanoma’s goal is to end this disease in our lifetime while improving the lives of those it affects.
View the agenda for the day (pdf)
What’s new in melanoma care today:
From safety in the sun to new research approaches
Saturday May 20, 8 a.m. – Noon
1 John Nolen Drive, Madison
There are two ways to join us for this FREE program:
Register to attend in person
Attendees will receive breakfast, handouts and a chance to connect with presenters in person. Register online
FREE parking will be available at Monona Terrace on this day.
Register to attend virtually
Would you rather enjoy this program from the comfort of your home?
If so, watch this event via our virtual attendance linkflyer