Malignant melanoma is effectively preventable, successfully curable in early stages, and even treatable in advanced stages. Its cumulative 5-yr survival in the U.S. approximates 90%, which sounds pretty good at first sight. Nonetheless, melanoma is one of the most dangerous cancers in humans known to date, and it may affect individuals at all ages likewise, even children. So, melanoma matters to everyone. On this website, you'll be given a whole bunch of information needed to understand the currently available causation models in melanoma research, its biological features and symptoms, its methods of diagnosis, and its available treatment approaches. In addition, the most recent research data on malignant melanoma are given in detail, in order to address urgent questions as to the modalities that may beneficially impact on the course of disease in far advanced or even metastatic stages.