Metastatic Melanoma

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Metastatic Melanoma

Melanomas on the skin usually start as areas of pigmentation that’s changed or irregular. If they are noticed and picked up early, they can often be removed. But in some cases it turns into something much greater.

In this segment, we will hear from Dr. Marcus Butler from Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Kathy Barnard from Save Your Skin, and Shannon, who has been living with metastatic melanoma since 2005. They will be telling their stories, and sharing support options for those seeking education on metastatic melanoma.

Dr Marcus Bulter

Dr. Marcus Butler
Clinical Head of the Immune Monitoring Team
Princess Margaret Cancer Center 


Wife and Mother to a 10 year old daughter Living with Metastatic Melanoma Since 2010

Shannon and her husband
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