CancerConnect Announces Recent Updates to the Melanoma Information Center

CancerConnect Announces Recent Updates to the Melanoma Information Center

Sun Valley, Idaho and Fort Worth, Texas – As of December 10, 2014 CancerConnect has completed our most recent updates to our Melanoma Information Center.  There has recently been several significant advances in the treatment of melanoma and we have summarized these latest findings advances and added them to our comprehensive, in-depth melanoma content.

As part of CancerConnect’s ongoing mission to provide interested individuals, cancer patients, and their families and caregivers with access to the most current information about the prevention, screening, treatment, and overall management of cancer, we regularly update our content with recent, ground-breaking findings in all aspects of cancer prevention and care. Our almost thirty unique Cancer Information Centers cover a broad range of cancer types and subtypes, each providing readers with up-to-date disease overviews as well as the latest information on screening, prevention, and treatment. Each information center also features links to late-breaking news, tips for patients, newsletter subscriptions, clinical trials information, online communities, and more.

Featured Melanoma Information Center Update:

Knowledge is power. Are you facing a new diagnosis, recurrence of melanoma, living with metastatic disease, or supporting a loved one through their cancer journey? The Cancer Connect Melanoma Information Center has current, evidence-based information for you. Get the facts about melanoma prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivorship, and stay up to date with ongoing melanoma research that could impact your treatment decisions through our daily cancer news.

Updates to the Melanoma Information Center include research news, screening and prevention, management of stage 0, I, II, III, and IV, as well as recurrent melanoma.

For more of the latest information on melanoma, visit the Melanoma Information Center.


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Charles H. Weaver, MD