Caring Enough to Find and Sustain a Cure

The United States is running out of Methotrexate®, which is part of a drug cocktail that cures acute lymphatic leukemia in children. Why?

Facing the Challenges of 2012

One of the many ongoing challenges that we face at the International Myeloma Foundation is to try to strike a balance between "information deficit" and "information overload." Founded on the principle that "knowledge is power," the IMF strives to make information about multiple myeloma available to all who seek it, but sometimes patients, especially newly diagnosed patients, are

New Myeloma Hotline in Italy: Expanding global access to information

Myeloma patients need access to information about their disease to get the best care.  The IMF has been enhancing educational activities in Europe for over 15 years.

9/11 and Myeloma

This Sunday marks the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center towers in New York. Among the casualties sustained that day, were a number of first responders who, instead of running away from dangerous ash clouds that enveloped the streets of Manhattan, ran toward them in the hopes that they would be able to help save lives.