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Our communication campaigns stress the importance of prevention. Get screened every year and wear sunscreen everyday ! Melanoma skin cancer is largely preventable, and if caught early, it’s usually curable.
Through research and innovation, we want to get closer to a cure. Our scientific committee helps us pick the projects that will have the biggest impact on skin cancer and melanoma skin cancer.
By allocating specific donations and implementing creative ideas, we want to care for patients and their families, making their lives easier in any way we can.
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Our beloved Alan lost his battle to melanoma skin cancer in 2018 at just 40, and that is when we founded the Alan Ghitis Association against melanoma skin cancer. We are his family, his friends, and professionals committed to the fight against melanoma cancer. This loss is the source of our energy to help others in the same fight.
We have a big focus on melanoma, but we will also fund projects to fight against cancer in general. In our first 2 years of existence, we have already been able to raise enough to fund 4 projects, with a special highlight in research. We are advised by our scientific committee to choose which projects to fund, to have the biggest impact.
Most people tend to think they don’t need to get their skin checked if they have no skin cancer or melanoma skin cancer history in their family. That is really not true, and the recommendation is to get screened once a year, even if you have no skin cancer history in your family.
If you do have skin cancer history in your family, then you should get checked twice a year.
We are open to any type of project around our 3 mains areas: Prevent, Cure and Care. Being a small and serious organization, we are able to make disruptive decisions and support original projects if we feel they can have an impact.Submit new projects
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