Nevus Outreach has the opportunity to submit an application the Chan Zuckerberg Rare as One Project in June 2021. We are choosing to narrow our focus this year and ask the foundation to significantly support research for Neurocutaneous melanosis (NCM).
Backed by a team of over twenty volunteers, our Virtual Conference is happening July 1-31, 2021 at a computer near you!
Chair Emeritus Paul Coleman shares his heart with the Nevus Community
Complied information you can share with your doctor!
Nevus Outreach and the Board of Directors have decided to postpone the 2021 Nevus Outreach Conference and Reunion in Colorado Springs. The new dates are confirmed for 2022; mark your calendars for July 13-15, 2022!
We are so glad you've found us. Whether you are a nevus owner, an new parent of a child with a nevus, or someone who just wants to know more about large congenital melanocytic nevi, we're here to help.
The Board of Directors voted to postpone International Conference due to COVID-19 uncertainties. Learn More »
We are so thankful for Nevus Outreach and the support we've received since our daughter was born with a nevus. It's so nice to have the friendship of other parents who understand and can help us.
If you are the parent of a baby who was born with what looks like a large mole or a large birthmark, it is very possible that your child was born with a nevus, & you have come to the right place! We've been in your shoes, & we'll do everything we can to educate & support you & your family.
Nevus Outreach is dedicated to bringing awareness, providing support, and finding cures for people affected by congenital melanocytic nevi and related disorders.
There are several reasons that patients sometimes decide to undergo removal of a large nevus. Most of the time, the overriding reasons to remove a congenital pigmented nevus are first to reduce melanoma risk and second to improve appearance, which can be fundamental to improving a patient's overall psychosocial state.