Mollie’s Fund is proud to partner with fellow Melanoma Action Coalition members and the Melanoma Foundation of New England on a special skin cancer and melanoma educational outreach to hair stylists and beauticians throughout the United States. The “Skinny On Skin” is an online program targeted for hair stylists, estheticians, nail technicians and other skin […]
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Moffitt Cancer Center — Tampa, FL
Over 20 years, the Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL provides a free mobile skin cancer screening program to venues throughout Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Tampa. Mollie’s Fund donates our “Have You Checked Your Skin Lately?” brochures to support these efforts to make residents and tourists skin cancer free.
NYU Winthrop Research and Academic Center — Mineola, NY
This evening lecture 5-7 pm will be presented by Dr. Megan Winner.
To register contact Maria Marquez at 516-663-3696.
Malloy College — Rockville Centre, NY
Mollie’s Fund sponsors the 3rd Annual Free Skin Cancer Screening – Molloy College, 1000 Hempstead Avenue, Barbara Hagan School of Nursing, 11 am – 1 pm
Garden City Middle School — Garden City, NY
6th Graders will view “The Dark Side of the Sun” a video produced by Mollie’s Fund that discusses the importance of developing good sun prevention habits. Dr. Ted Daly reviews with the students lessons learned in the film and suggests how they can have a sun-safe summer. Dr. John Clarke, “The Physician Musician “ will perform his rap song “Stop Melanoma!” Students are invited to sing the chorus, reminding all of the importance of melanoma prevention. Parents will receive a letter from the school nurse asking them to support the sun-safe behaviors taught in the program. All participants take a home a hat and download of Dr. Clarke’s “Stop Melanoma!” from Mollie’s Fund.
News & Developments
In recognition of National Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month, NYU and Mollie’s Fund collaborate on three seminars in three locations to present “Skin Cancer Awareness”. April 1 – NYU Langone, Farkas Auditorium, 550 First Avenue, New York, New York, 11 am – 1 pm. This lecture will focus on risk factors, how to spot […]
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