Education MMORE exists to support research and education related to multiple myeloma. Our organization was founded by the family of a patient who was diagnosed, then disappointed in the lack of reliable information about this condition.
  We're fighting cancer by funding research and we're committed to providing education and resources for information about the disease. We encourage you to review the materials found on this page or visit the Research Updates page for specific information about recent developments and breakthroughs related to multiple myeloma.

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About Myeloma
Spokane, WA
May 14, 2016  
8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Register Online
— Venue CHange —

Hampton Inn and Suites Spokane Valley
16418 E. Indiana Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA 99216

Speakers Additional presentations and resources provided by local nutritionist and social worker.

Light breakfast and boxed lunch provided.

Arvind Chaudhry, MD, PhD
Spokane Valley Cancer Center

Edward Libby, MD
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

ImagineMMORE Myeloma Symposium
for Patients and Caregivers
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View the Slide Show
with narration provided by
Dr. Craig Hofmeister
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This slide show and narration provides explanations
related to many topics, including:
Myeloma Overview
Myeloma Labs
Smoldering Myeloma
Initial Treatment
Bone Disease
Stem Cell Transplant
Maintenance After Transplant
Clinical Trials
Ohio Myeloma Initiative
Thanks to our generous sponsors, this event was provided at no cost to attendees.

Other Educational
International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) 1-800-452-2873
The IMF has a 24-hour Infoline to answer questions from patients and family members and provides information about medical services, pharmaceutical access, and patient support groups.
  Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF)  

The MMRF relentlessly pursues innovative means that accelerate the development of next-generation multiple myeloma treatments to extend the lives of patients and lead to a cure.

My Multiple Myeloma  
  Multiple myeloma is a rare cancer, so it's important to find a healthcare team that has experience with the associated challenges. Taking charge from the beginning can help you cope with stress and be more efficient with your time and energy. This website provides information and resources for patients and caregivers.
mPatient Blog  
  The mPatient project was created and funded by Jenny Ahlstrom (diagnosed August 2010) and her husband Paul Ahlstrom who want to help multiple myeloma patients connect with the best doctors and the latest in multiple myeloma research.
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