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RAY PRICE
INVITATIONAL
GOLF DAY

Monday 6 March 2023
RACV Royal Pines Resort
Gold Coast

national-press-club

NATIONAL PRESS CLUB
URGENT ACTIONS NEEDED

Our Co-Medical Directors joined MIA’s Ambassador Cate Campbell to address the National Press Club on initiatives critical to preventing melanoma.

STATE OF THE NATION
REPORT INTO MELANOMA

A roadmap to how we can achieve zero deaths from melanoma by 2030.

LATEST NEWS

MIA’s MISSION
ZERO DEATHS FROM MELANOMA

MIA will achieve its mission through 3 pillars of action: Research, Clinical Care & Education.

MIA conducts its research under 5 themes; Prevention, Early Diagnosis & Treatment, Treatment of Metastatic Disease, Survivorship & Support and Health Economics.

1300

It is estimated 1300
Australians will die from
melanoma this year

30 mins

1 Australian is diagnosed
with melanoma every 30
minutes

90%

If caught early 90% of
melanomas can be cured
by surgery

Age 20-39

Melanoma is the most
common cancer affecting
Australians aged 20 to 39

PATIENT GUIDES
FOR EVERY STAGE
OF MELANOMA

(including prevention)

STAY SUN-SAFE
ALL YEAR ROUND

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