RDK Melanoma Foundation hosted its annual SAMposium on Saturday October 21

RDK Melanoma Foundation hosted its annual SAMposium on Saturday October 21

RDK Melanoma Foundation hosted its annual SAMposium on Saturday October 21 for members of SAM (Students Against Melanoma) Clubs in Palm Beach County. It was a fun and educational afternoon in which the students heard from Melanoma survivors Dan Sheehan and Dave Aizer,...
Melanoma most likely to develop as a new lesion on the skin rather than as a mole

Melanoma most likely to develop as a new lesion on the skin rather than as a mole

The common belief that melanoma is most often detected in moles has been contradicted by new studies. According to the study, “only 29 percent of the skin cancers started in moles patients already had, while 71 percent arose as new lesions on the skin.” The study also...
DermaSensor: A gift from Miami to the World.

DermaSensor: A gift from Miami to the World.

New discoveries are being found and new technologies are being invented in the fight against melanoma every single day. Researchers across the globe are contributing to the massive push in skin cancer prevention and treatment, but the newest gadget is coming from our...
Tom Brady isn’t just a five-time Super Bowl champ; he’s also immune to the Sun.

Tom Brady isn’t just a five-time Super Bowl champ; he’s also immune to the Sun.

Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady released his first book last week titled The TB12 Method. This book contains all the fitness regimes and health plans that Brady personally uses, and what he believes were the keys to making him a success. He claims that any athlete who...
2017 SAM – SAMPOSIUM

2017 SAM – SAMPOSIUM

Students Against Melanoma (SAM) Club Annual SAMPOSIUM™ Saturday, October 21, 2017 11:30am – 1:30pm at the Palm Beach Post Building • Pizza lunch • SAM Website introduction • Melanoma Vlog video • Short presentation on fundraising • Goodie bag making for Clematis by...
Moles Do Not Equal Melanoma

Moles Do Not Equal Melanoma

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology shows significant data supporting the idea that most melanoma DOES NOT arise from pre-existing moles. In the study, only about 29% of the patients had melanoma develop from a mole, whereas...

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