Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. If you have come to this page looking for more information about melanoma, please go to the website for our sister organization, AIM at Melanoma. AIM is a global foundation dedicated to finding more effective treatments and, ultimately, the cure for melanoma, while improving the lives of those it affects.


The AIM website offers comprehensive information about

  • Prevention and early detection of melanoma for everyone in your family
  • The various subtypes of melanoma and how they differ from each other
  • The stages of melanoma, in easy-to-understand language that is medically accurate
  • The importance of seeing a melanoma specialist as well as a national database search tool to find one close to you
  • Treatment options for melanoma, including side effect management tips

AIM offers myriad ways to get involved and learn more, including

  • Patient and caregiver symposiums hosted in cities across the country throughout the year
  • Walks & fun runs in 20 different communities each year
  • Peer-to-peer support opportunities
  • A video library addressing hundreds of melanoma topics
  • A talk-to-a-melanoma-expert feature
  • A contact specifically dedicated to community engagement who can help you find information or get involved