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SOLBARI Sun Protection Supports MPA

Melanoma Patients Australia

SOLBARI is delighted to start a new partnership and support Melanoma Patients Australia (MPA).

Melanoma Patients AustraliaMPA is one of the largest melanoma patient advocacy groups in Australia and a patient driven not for profit organisation that offers a national network of support and information to patients, their families, carers, and friends, about melanoma prevention, diagnosis, management and treatment.

Melanoma Patients Australia's mission is to provide information, support, awareness and advocacy to people affected by melanoma and to become the national peak body representing the interests of melanoma patients in Australia.

Melanoma Patients Australia's vision is to reduce the impact of melanoma on all Australians.

SOLBARI looks forward to a long standing relationship with Melanoma Patients Australia.

To find more about Melanoma Patients Australia, please visit their website http://www.melanomapatients.org.au

If you require further information, please contact us at info@solbari.com

 

The SOLBARI Team
This post is for information purposes only.



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