Did you know: Each person with a first-degree relative diagnosed with melanoma has a 50-percent greater chance of developing the disease than people who do not have a family history of the disease.
If you are a survivor of Melanoma, please make sure you get the word out to your family members to get their skin checked.
I’m looking forward to hitting the pavement at the 118th Boston Marathon with my teammates, Running for Cover. We’re running to raise awareness of Melanoma, and are raising funds to support the research of this disease. Please visit my pledge page and consider making a donation today! I’d greatly appreciate it! – Michelle Roy
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