China 2013: IMF Holds Meetings in Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou, China -- You may not have heard of Guangzhou, but it is a huge city in southeast China, two hours by car or rail north of Hong Kong--a bustling manufacturing and financial hub with a population of 13 million. The Pearl River Delta mega-city area, which includes Guangzhou, has a population of approximately 40 million, and encompasses Shenzhen (home of iPad production), Dongguan, Foshan, Jiangmen and Zhongshan.

On the Subject of Cancer and Diet: My Interview with BBC Radio

Being interviewed by Sheila Dillon for BBC Radio this week was a great pleasure for me. Sheila is a food expert with an interest in the relationship between food and cancer.

Highlights from the 14th International Myeloma Workshop

The IMF team has just returned from the International Myeloma Workshop (IMW) meeting in Kyoto, Japan, held from April 3rd through April 7th, 2013. The IMW was like a "mini-ASH" devoted to myeloma. 

Understanding Second Primary Malignancies (SPMs) in Myeloma: Caution Required in Interpretation of New and Evolving Data

EDIT 3/27/2013: Over the past few weeks I have received many comments my two most recent blogs. I apologize for not responding to your comments and questions. Please know that they are very important to me. I am travelling to the International Myeloma Workshop in Kyoto, Japan, and will respond on my return. In the meantime, if you have a medical question, please contact the IMF Hotline at 1-800-452-CURE (2873).

The IMF's Black Swan Research Initiative Opens a New Pathway to a Cure

EDIT 3/27/2013: Over the past few weeks I have received many comments my two most recent blogs. I apologize for not responding to your comments and questions. Please know that they are very important to me. I am travelling to the International Myeloma Workshop in Kyoto, Japan, and will respond on my return.

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