Investigational Drugs & Therapies

In this section learn about new drugs for melanoma that are in clinical trial as well as treatment methods that do not involve regulated drugs.


Drugs used to stimulate a patient’s own immune system to recognize and destroy cancer cells more effectively.

Learn about immunotherapy

Targeted Therapy

Drugs designed to target or inhibit (slow) specific genes and pathways that contribute to melanoma cell growth.

Learn about targeted therapy


Drugs that work to disrupt normal functions of the cell in order to kill cancer cells.

Learn about chemotherapy

Anti-Angiogenesis Agents

Drugs designed to prevent new blood vessels from forming in order to starve the cancer cells.

Learn about anti-angiogenesis agents

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