Melanoma (also called Skin Cancer) accounts for almost half of the cancers in the United States with more than 2 million cases of basal and squamous cell skin cancer diagnosed each year. There are several types of melanoma including cutaneous melanoma, mucosal melanoma and ocular melanoma. Early detection of melanoma is important as there are more available treatment options.
Melanoma Awareness is represented by the color black
. Choose below from our in stock selection of rubber wristbands, ribbon magnets, lapel pins and more or place a custom order
to support Melanoma Awareness for your event or fundraiser.
Learn more about the causes, cures and research for Melanoma on the Melanoma Research Foundation
and American Melanoma Foundation
websites.Tribute: In February, 2010 I lost my very good friend Scott Eckland to melanoma skin cancer. He was 53 years old, married, two boys. Loved God, his family, friends, boats, and good ideas. Please take skin cancer seriously - watch your sun exposure. Ron