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A Cure In Sight sponsors events through out the year to raise awareness, educate the public and to raise funds for ocular melanoma patients and ongoing research.  Our calendar will also list events by other organizations that A Cure In Sight is not directly involved in or benefiting from.  Please check our calendar often to find events in your area. 






May 5, 2018 5th Annual Swing For Sight at Eagle Vines Golf Club.  Registration is open!  Text Swing to 71777 to register, donate or sponsor or click HERE

May 18th, 2018 Eye Patch Day!  Wear your eye patch and spread awareness of ocular melanoma.  Plan an event and raise money to support ocular melanoma research and patients with ACIS.  We can help you with support material and guidance along the way!

May 20th, 2018 1st Annual Stanford Lookin’ For A Cure 5k will take place with Byers Eye Institute.  Text Palo Alto to 71777 or register HERE.  

Join us at the Byers Eye Institute at 2452 Watkins Ct., Palo Alto to run or walk for ocular melanoma and stay for the after party with food, music, fun and activities for the kids.







AIM For A Cure walk with MD Anderson and AIM at Melanoma



Eye Believe Patient meeting November 28th-December 2, 2018

Bring your family for the Eye Believe Patient meeting in Orlando at Walt Disney World.  Meet other patients, learn about living with OM positively with the uncertainties of the disease.

Discounted park tickets and rooms will be available.  Registration will be opening soon.



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  1. 7th European Ophthalmology Conference is being held at Amsterdam, Netherlands in November 03-05, 2016. Ophthalmology Congress is a global platform which targets Researchers, Professors, Students and Doctors in field of Ophthalmology.

    Ophthalmology Congress targets to bridge gap between large and medium pharmaceutical, biotech and diagnostic companies, leading universities and clinical research institutions making the conference a perfect platform. It allows to share experience, foster collaborations across industry and academia, and evaluate emerging ophthalmological technologies across the globe which includes discussion about the emerging and novel topics, techniques and researches in Ophthalmology.

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