A diagnosis of melanoma can spur a range of emotions – from anger, denial and stress to fear, shock and even isolation. These emotions are not limited to patients, but also affect those around them, including caregivers, family members and friends.
Below, find a list of resources that might be helpful for you!
The journey of survivorship doesn’t end when you walk out of your doctor's office. MyVictory is a fitness-streaming platform for cancer survivors and those who support them. In partnership with the Melanoma Research Foundation (MRF), this resource has been made possible by the support of Bristol Myers Squibb. They have created a survivorship program to help the 1.3 million melanoma survivors in the U.S.
Use promo code (MRF-6MonthsFree) at mrf.myvictory.com to get your free membership and access to over 1000 classes in their On-Demand Library. Free membership is available for your first six months and only $9.99/month thereafter!
Cancer Australia was established by the Australian Government in 2006 to benefit all Australians affected by cancer, and their families and careers. Cancer Australia aims to reduce the impact of cancer, address disparities and improve outcomes for people affected by cancer by leading and coordinating national, evidence-based interventions across the continuum of care.
Cancer Care Ontario
Find helpful resources and information on drug funding and reimbusment, screening guides Cancer Care Ontario’s programs drive our mission to improve the cancer system. Our programs help advance cancer care through:
BMS, Survivorship Today
An initiative by Bristol Myers Squibb, Survivorship Today aims to share stories of people across the U.S. who have been affected by cancer and advance our collective understanding of what it’s like to live with the disease today.