14 Melanoma Marches down, 7 to go!

14 Melanoma Marches down, 7 to go!

The weather varied, with high temps in Canberra, Bunbury, Manly and Newcastle, while Adelaide and Bunbury bore the brunt of wind and some rain. Needless to say, all six Marches were overwhelming successes. Bendigo, with a population of less than 100,000 people, has...
Melanoma March keeps marching

Melanoma March keeps marching

Weekend two hit the ground Marching with Melanoma Marches in Wollongong, Townsville, Mandurah and Western Sydney. The NSW locations and Mandurah were welcomed with beautiful weather, while Townsville faced a few concerns with weather warnings. Feedback has been...
Melanoma March kicks off for 2018

Melanoma March kicks off for 2018

And we’ve officially kicked off for 2018! The first weekend of Melanoma March was a huge success with the first four Marches in Coolangatta, Rockhampton, Melbourne and Mt Gambier setting the tone for the remaining Marches. Aaron Kelly, a melanoma survivor took on...
Joanne’s story

Joanne’s story

Joanne and her trusty companion Frankie spend their days spreading a message of hope in hospitals, nursing homes, even prisons. It is a long way from her darkest hour facing palliative care. Joanne’s melanoma journey began six years ago when she had a mole removed...
James’ story

James’ story

Melanoma impacts more Australian teenagers and young adults than any other cancer. Dr James Wilmott, who has a young family of his own, has devoted his career to determining why these young Australians are susceptible to melanoma, and importantly, how to save them....