From National Cancer Institute
"Although the health care system is complex, resources are available to guide you in finding a doctor, getting a second opinion, and choosing a treatment facility."
Above information is also available in Spanish.
From Melanoma International Foundation
U.S. Cancer Centers:
"List of National Cancer Institute's approved comprehensive cancer centers and other centers of excellence for melanoma."
Global Resources [Outside of U.S.]:
"When possible we list support agencies and highly recommended specialists."
Resources are listed in alphabetical order. Resource descriptions in quotes are taken directly from each Website.
Note: Any organization's list or database should NOT be considered a comprehensive directory. Also, medical associations only list their members.
>> American Academy of Ophthalmology
"Find an Ophthalmologist" search tool. (Select 'Ocular Oncology' in 'Subspecialty' drop-down menu. Then search by city, state, or country.)
>> Eye Cancer Foundation
"Search for eye cancer specialists in more than 50 countries."
>> Melanoma Research Foundation's CURE OM
"Physicians treating primary ocular melanoma."
"Physicians treating systemic [metastatic] ocular melanoma."
>> Ocular Melanoma Foundation
"List offers assistance in identifying an eye cancer doctor ... [with separate sections for] primary tumor treatment and systemic ocular melanoma treatment."
>> American Society of Clinical Oncology
"Find an Oncologist" search tool.
>> American Society for Radiation Oncology
"Find a Radiation Oncologist" search tool in left column of webpage.
>> Society of Surgical Oncology
"Find a Surgical Oncologist" search tool.