Duke Cancer Institute, in partnership with the AIM at Melanoma Foundation, will host Living With Melanoma on Thursday, Oct. 5, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. The event, which will be held at the Great Hall in the Trent Semans Center, is FREE.
According to AIM, melanoma accounts for about one percent of all skin cancer cases. However, it is the cause of the majority of skin cancer deaths. Although melanoma occurs most often on the skin, it can develop in the eye or the lining of the nose, mouth, or genitals.
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Dinner will be provided. The Trent Semans Center is located at 8 Searle Center Drive, in Durham. The Living With Melanoma symposium is also available via live stream. Click here the evening of the event to watch via live stream. Registration is requested. To register, visit AIM at Melanoma. For more information, please email sguild@AIMatMelanoma.org.