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Remembering Simon Haralambopoulos

Fundraiser by: Simon Haralambopoulos

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Remembering Simon Haralambopoulos

We have created this fundraising page in memory of Simon Haralambopoulos, who sadly lost his battle with Melanoma.

With your help, the funds we raise will support Melanoma Institute Australia's world-class research, treatment, and education programs, in the hope that they can lessen the impact of Melanoma on the lives of others. Simon was under the care of Melanoma Institute Australia and wanted to support them in the hope that they would eventually find a cure for Melanoma, something Simon was confident they will achieve.

Please click 'Donate' to make a secure online donation. All donations over $2 are tax-deductible.

Thank you, we appreciate your support.

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About the Cause

Melanoma Institute Australia

Melanoma Institute Australia is dedicated to the goal of zero deaths from melanoma, a goal we believe we can reach this decade through innovative, world-class research, treatment, and education programs. For more info, visit our website. Melanoma Institute Australia (incorporating melanomaWA, Skin Cancer Tasmania and Amie St Clair).

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