In February 2014 Emma Dunlop spotted a freckle inside her hairline that was turning pink. It was removed that day and turned out to be a melanoma.
Emma quickly became one of MIA’s most loved and active community fundraisers, working tirelessly to raise funds for research whilst at the same time battling her melanoma. Emma volunteered for Melanoma March each year, and even though her disease had progressed to Stage IV, she made sure she was at Melanoma March Western Sydney in March 2018. Sadly, Emma passed away at the age of 33 in May 2018.
Emma’s husband Mark and her sister Kylie have vowed to share her story to spread awareness and raise to funds to one day find a cure for melanoma.
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