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Patient Stories

Bronwyn Abbott

The doctors carried out a craniotomy and I was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma.
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Louise Sherwood

The tumour was successfully removed and it was only then it was confirmed it was a secondary melanoma – primary unknown!
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Peter Gourlay

In 2017, as I was reading in bed, I discovered a suspicious lump under my right arm.
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Josh Galpin

 In July 2019, I was diagnosed with Stage IV BRAF+ Metastatic Melanoma after being admitted into hospital with severe anaemia.
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Deb Butler

In August 2019 I visited my doctor for persistent back pain.  A CT scan identified a lesion in one of my ribs and suspicious spots in both lungs.
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Andy King

I accepted melanoma quickly and didn't allow it to dominate my life. This diagnosis has actually helped me live lighter and not take on stresses and anxieties as readily.
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Annabelle Solomon

I have been living the life of a melanoma survivor since I was 25, when my first melanoma was removed.
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Audrey Colbert

It was a huge shock to be diagnosed with Melanoma. I went to my GP because I thought I had an infected skin tag on my right shoulder.
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Belinda Smith

I had my first Melanoma in my late 20’s. I had been cleared by a Mole scan clinic but had a gut feeling one wasn’t right so went to my GP to have it removed. It came back level 1 in situ Melanoma. I remember fainting and thinking I was going to die like Mum. After that removal I had multiple excisions which were benign or dysplastic.
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Chris Murphy

I underwent full body CT scan while in hospital to be told by the registrar that rest of the body was clear of tumours. Yippee. Two days later I was told that this diagnosis was wrong and there were tumours in my lungs and suspicious spots on top of the adrenal glands and in the lymph nodes on the left side of my neck and a need for a future PET scan.
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Christine Osbourne

In November 2016 I found a very small non descript lump under my arm and after a biopsy I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Melanoma. The Primary site was never found.
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Don Watson

A challenging issue for my family and friends is that although I'm on treatment I look fit and well. But they don't see me on my bad days.
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