Becoming knowledgeable about WM, treatment options and coping mechanisms are key for your wellbeing as a patient with a very rare cancer. The IWMF offers select presentations from the annual Educational Forum and other productions to help you and your caregivers become knowledgeable about your disease. Our multimedia archives include:
Aimed at the layperson, this is a collection of select videos about cutting-edge research, clinical practice treatment guidelines, and wellness strategies from the experts in WM presented at recent IWMF annual Educational Forums. There are also talks about the IWMF and their partner organizations, and presentations from the International Workshops on WM. They are all sorted by venue, topic, and speaker. You can find these videos and presentations by clicking here.
IWMF partner organizations created the following webcasts for people living with Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia (WM), their families, partners, caregivers, friends, and health care professionals. These web-based videos provide an easy way to learn about WM from the experts. Please be aware that these webcasts are hosted on IWMF partner websites and that accessing them will require the viewer to leave this page and the IWMF website. You can find these webcasts by clicking here.
The IWMF’s annual Educational Forum presents a unique opportunity for patients and caregivers to learn about WM from specialists in Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia (WM) who are involved in many areas of clinical practice and research. Held in a different part of the United States each year, the “Ed Forum” offers something for everyone, no matter what your experience or level of knowledge. The annual IWMF Educational Forum is your connection for education, camaraderie, and support! To see photos from recent Educational Forum, click here.
Since 2000 the IWMF has co-sponsored the IWWM International Doctor-Patient Forum. This educational meeting occurs bi-annually in different parts of the world following the International Workshop on WM (IWWM) for Physicians/Researchers sponsored by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. To see photos from the recent International Doctor-Patient Forum (IWWM), click here.
Our goal is to present you with the most recent knowledge about Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia (WM), its diagnosis, treatment, side effects, and current/future research utilizing a format that is easy to access. The presenters are patients, renowned physicians and researchers from leading cancer centers.