Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation Inc. (AAAF), was established to be the national body supporting research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for all forms of Alopecia Areata, support those with the disease and their families, and inform the public about all forms of Alopecia Areata.
DEBRA (Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Association) Australia aims to educate and support Australian families living with EB. DEBRA works to investigate and implement programs to help EB sufferers to improve their care and quality of life.
DEBRA also offers financial and emotional support and networking opportunities for families.
Eczema Association of Australasia’s aim is to improve the life for those involved with eczema through community representation and education. The EAA aims to reach all those Australians who live with this debilitating disease everyday. They need to know that they can get help, support, education and relief.
Melanoma Patients Australia (MPA) is the peak national patient body representing the interests of melanoma patients, their carers, family and friends. Melanoma Patients Australia strives to reduce the impact of melanoma on all Australians.
MSCAN is an innovative, consumer-led, independent, national charity established to address the needs of Australians with a skin cancer diagnosis and to deliver policy reform that will help shape the way skin cancer is considered and managed in this country.
Nevus Support Australia Inc is the not-for-profit Australian patient advocate group for individuals and families affected by Congenital Melanocytic Naevus, or CMN. It was established in 2002 and is run entirely by volunteers.
They welcome patients, family, doctors, scientists, philanthropists and anyone with an interest in this disorder.
Psoriasis Australia strives to assist people with psoriasis, or those wanting to know about psoriasis, by providing beneficial information and support enabling educated decisions to be made on treatment choices and lifestyle changes.
The Vitiligo Association of Australia (VAA) was founded in September 2010 for patient support, public education and the promotion of research into vitiligo within Australia.
Anyone with an interest in this condition, be they a person with vitiligo, a family member, a friend, a clinician, a scientist, an allied medical professional or a philanthropist can join this not-for-profit association and its affiliated Patient Support Groups.