Melanoma at Wistar
Yes, we all have skin in this game. Melanoma is an aggressive form of skin cancer, and your risk for developing melanoma is growing. Unlike many cancers, the incidence of melanoma has doubled in the past 30 years in the United States, despite better detection and a greater awareness of the dangers of sun and ultraviolet ray exposure.
This is a disease in desperate need of new therapeutic options, and The Wistar Institute Melanoma Research Center is devoted to advancing melanoma medicine.
Support Melanoma Research
Wistar science saves lives. Help further melanoma research today! Donate Now>
Bug Selig: Melanoma Survivor
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig is a melanoma survivor who wants baseball fans to enjoy their time in the sun responsibly.Bud Selig: Melanoma Survivor>
Top 10 Things You Should Know about Melanoma Awareness Month
Melanoma is a complex disease, but here are a few simple ideas you can use to spread awareness of melanoma risk and the researchers striving to make a difference.Top 10>