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The IWMF raised more than five million dollars for WM medical research

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The IWMF raised more than 60 support groups in North America and nearly 20 others world-wide

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The IWMF has a current worldwide membership of nearly 4,000

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IWMF-TALK is a wonderful place to share information and learn from other survivors

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Each year 1,500 new cases of Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia are diagnosed in the USA

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You can order DVD recordings of past WM Educational Forums online or by mail

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All IWMF programs and services are funded by WM survivors, caregivers, friends, and family

Myeloma & Waldenstrom's Patient and Community Ed Forum - Australia

October 25, 2013


Myeloma & Waldenstrom's Patient and Community Ed Forum - Australia

Concord, New South Wales, Australia

International guest speaker Professor Meletios Dimopoulos from Athens will lead a panel of Australian myeloma and Waldenstrom's experts in presenting the latest information regarding WM.

 

Location: Concord Medical Education Centre, Condord Hospital in Concord, New South Wales, Australia. 

 

Friday, 25 October 2013

11:30 am to 4:30 pm

Concord Medical Education Centre, Concord Hospital

For more information, call the Secretary, Hematology Department, Concord Hospital on 9767 7243

 

International guest speaker Professor Meletios Dimopoulos from Athens will lead a panel of Australian myeloma and Waldenstrom's experts in presenting the latest information:

* Current treatment options

* Novel and emerging therapies

* Discussing the physial and psychological effects

 

Professor Meletios DImpopulos is Dean of the Medical School, University of Anthens.  He has authored hundreds of publications primarily focusing on myeloma and Waldenstrom's.  Prof. Dimopoulos is a recipient of the Robert Kyle Award for outstanding contributions to Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia.

 

For more information: see attached flyer: Myeloma and Waldenstrom's Patient and Community Ed Forum



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