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Welcome to the Nevus Family

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.

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The Latest from the Nevus Community

Nevus Outreach Announces 2018 Grant Awards

Nevus Outreach is pleased to announce the awarding of 3 research grants for 2018. Learn More »

Camp Discovery Available for Children with CMN

The American Academy of Dermatology’s (AAD) Camp Discovery program is for children ages 8-16 who have a chronic skin condition. Learn More »

It’s Easy to pay for the 2018 Conference!

The 2018 conference will be our 11th conference, and registration is now open. Early Bird prices are from Feb 1 - Feb 28. Learn More »

Baby with large congenital melanocytic nevi

New Nevus Parents

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.

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We'd Love to Get to Know You

One of the best ways that Nevus Outreach can offer support to people with nevi is to connect them with people who know first-hand what they are going through. Check out the links below to connect with other members of the nevus community.

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Get to Know Us

Nevus Outreach is dedicated to bringing awareness, providing support, and finding cures for people affected by congenital melanocytic nevi and related disorders.

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Nevus Removal

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.

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