DermTech Seeks to #Stickit2Melanoma

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DermTech is bringing back its #Stickit2Melanoma campaign in honor of Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month. First launched in 2021, the campaign supports DermTech’s core mission to help end deaths from melanoma through early and reliable detection.

For every #Stickit2Melanoma pledge to schedule a skin exam, DermTech will make a $5 donation to its non-profit partner organizations focused on skin health. The campaign will support events, educational content and programs throughout the month of May. Last year, DermTech donated $250,000 and pledged up to $1 million over the next four years. The #Stickit2Melanoma campaign officially began on Melanoma Monday, May 2. 

“Improving access to early, reliable melanoma detection is at the heart of our mission,” says John Dobak, MD, CEO of DermTech. “We know the most effective way to help eliminate melanoma deaths is to identify the disease early. Through the #Stickit2Melanoma campaign, we are inspiring people to unite during Melanoma Awareness Month and take the skin exam pledge. Melanoma doesn’t discriminate, and by understanding the risks and how to take proper precautions, we can save lives.”

Popular influencers who have experience with melanoma are partnering with DermTech for the #Stickit2Melanoma campaign. They are helping to bring heightened awareness to melanoma and the importance of skin checks.

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