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Meet Our Beca’s Care Families

Stories From The Families We Serve

Through our Beca’s Care Program, Blackout Melanoma provides emotional and financial support to individuals currently diagnosed with stage III/IV metastatic melanoma. As patients and their families go through the challenges of life onset by metastatic melanoma, it’s important that we continue to provide security and hope to them.

For more information on our Beca’s Care Program please click here.

For any other information, please contact us at info@blackoutmelanoma.org.

Our Beca’s Care Families truly thank you for the support that you provide during this challenging time for their families. Below are updates on these incredible families along with their sweet gratitude:

 

The Alsop Family

“Blackout Melanoma has been here to support me financially and physically along with my parents. I don’t know what I would do without such great people holding my hand and being positive when I can’t for myself!! It means the WORLD to me!!! They are not just a regular group. They are my FAMILY!!!” Felicia…

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The Baldwin Family

“We are the Baldwin Family from Joplin Missouri. Rob, Kaitlin and our 3 year old son Zachary. Rob receives treatment at MD Anderson in Houston Texas. As of now he has active tumors in his skull bone and in both lungs. His current treatment of taking Mekinist and Tafinlar seems to be keeping things stable,…

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The Dunning Family

Diane Dunning Age 29, of Granite City, Illinois, formerly Spencer, passed away peacefully on Friday, August 17, 2018, at IU Hospice House in Bloomington. May she rest in peace. “My name is Ashley Dunning and I live in Granite City, Illinois. Currently I receive treatment in Houston, Texas at MD Anderson Cancer Center. I finally…

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The Owen Family

“My name is Samantha Owen and I live in Wentzville Missouri with my amazing seven-year-old son Kyler. I am currently receiving treatment for Malignant Melanoma at DePaul cancer center in Lake St. Louis. My cancer treatment consists of IV infusions of chemotherapy/immunotherapy every 2 weeks, blood work and lab draws every 2 weeks, and PET…

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