2017 shapes up to be a GREAT Year For The Future Of Melanoma Treatment

Melanoma is a cause near and dear to our hearts over here at Allegory. Often undetected until it’s too late, the rates of Melanoma are rising quickly. Too quickly.  There are over 232,000 new cases of Melanoma recorded every year and nearly 55,000 reported deaths every year worldwide, making it, undoubtedly, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

Enter 2017, the year scientists have begun to crack the melanoma code.

BRITE Program Helps Seniors Remember In a Whole New Way

23% of folks over the age of 65 suffer from some kind of memory loss. Some of this cognitive loss could be the first steps towards Alzheimers or dementia and some of it is just plain, old fashioned getting old. Either way, the University of Pittsburgh’s BRITE program is helping seniors remember by offering them music lessons on the marimba.