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Nevus Outreach, in collaboration with Naevus Global and University Children’s Hospital Zurich, has begun a comprehensive world-wide study on the well-being of children and adolescents born with a congenital melanocytic nevus (CMN), and the well-being of their parents. Eligible for this study are parents of a child born with a nevus (from birth to 18 years old) and adolescents born with a nevus (ages 14-18 years). All cases count, whether the nevus has been surgically removed or not. The input of each family and teenager is important.
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2016 Nevus Outreach International Conference and Family Reunion Information Now Available!
Join us June 29 - July 2 in Chicago! Whether you're a newcomer to the Nevus family or a returning attendee, the 2016 Nevus Outreach International Conference and Family Reunion offers a helpful and supportive environment in which you can form relationships with other Nevus family members and learn about the latest medical research. Continue reading for the most up-to-date information about the conference and get ready for online registration to open on January 15. (more)
Nevus Outreach is growing! Growing in awareness, growing in research and growing in support. This has been a fabulous year! (more)
From Nevus Outreach Chief Executive Mark Beckwith
Season’s greetings to all people affected by large congenital melanocytic nevi! As we head into our 19th year, I am struck by the realities, on many fronts, of what we are accomplishing as a big family. My goodness, our Facebook community exceeded 2500 people this year. Our registry exceeded 1200 people this year, and those 1200 people are from 59 different countries. Our international consortium (Naevus Global) delivered professionally vetted information in ten languages. Ten. Languages (more)