SolSurvivors partners closely with the OHSU War on Melanoma team on community outreach. Melanoma survivors, their family members, and friends can join the Melanoma Community Registry to assist OHSU’s efforts in research, receive updates, and get more involved in melanoma prevention in Oregon.
Dedicate to the education, prevention, and support for the most serious form of skin cancer.
Their mission is to provoke revolutionary personal, behavioral, and institutional change in dealing with melanoma. Named for Susan Steel, a 5 year survivor who passed away in 2016 of acute Leukemia, with her dream of opening a national tissue bank nearly accomplished.
The Tara Miller Melanoma Foundation is dedicate to raising funds to research effective treatments and ultimately find a for cure melanoma. Tara L. Miller, Esq. laost her battle with melamoma 6 weeks short of her 30th birthday. She said:
“What I really want to do with this foundation is to help fund the research that will get us past just buying time and will hopefully provide a lifetime to melanoma patients.”
Tracy Callahan received a diagnosis of melanoma at the age of 38. Over the next two ans a half years she was daignosed three more times. In a few short months the blog she started to tell her story changed into a nonprofit organization that is funding research, raising awareness, and promoting education for melanoma