If you’ve been treated for a melanoma before, you’ll probably be attending a clinic for check-ups. Your specialist or GP will arrange tests to investigate your new symptoms. The test(s) your doctor arranges will depend on your particular symptoms.
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Read Jen's post about her experience of living with melanoma. It includes some tips on how to stay safe in the sunshine.
Melanoma is a type of cancer that usually starts in the skin. This group is a place for people affected by melanoma to get together, ask questions, share experiences and support each other.
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