Category: Melanoma Stories


Invincible, Until You’re Not

By Pamela Goldsmith, MRA Director of Communications | 6 June 2017 In Melanoma Stories, Prevention, Treatment

Self described, lifetime sun worshiper and tanning bed devotee, 24-year old native Texan Ali Young was barely daunted the first time she was diagnosed with deadly skin cancer at the age of 18. Matter of fact, she recalls heading to the tanning bed the very day after her biopsy.

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Tara's Story

By Pamela Goldsmith, MRA Director of Communications | 20 January 2017 In Melanoma Stories

To say that Tara Miller inspired mixed emotions is to begin to understand her life. The strong-willed survivor, who lost her battle to melanoma in 2014, reflected the contradictions that define an indomitable will to live.

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Trena's Story: An African-American Retiree's Journey with Melanoma

8 June 2016 In Melanoma Stories

“Trena, you have melanoma and you are going to lose your toe. “ WHAT?!?! I am a Black woman in her sixties—that is crazy!!

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Patricia isn’t Afraid to Ask the Tough Questions & Her Husband May be Alive Today Because of It

By Cody R. Barnett, MRA Director of Communications | 1 August 2021 In Melanoma Stories

“Being a caregiver can be the hardest job,” says Patricia Janiak. “Your loved one might be the one going through this – but we’re the ones who have to put on our brave face while always being a step ahead.

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