An exciting leadership change is taking place to enable the IWMF to better serve our members, affiliates and partners, and to enhance our search for a cure!
The IWMF has teamed up with PleXus Communications to create accredited, live and online medical education courses on WM for physicians
WM Caregivers are eligible for a National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD) assistance program, and the application process is easy.
Dr. Robert Kyle, who has been involved with the IWMF since its inception in 1996, and a Board Member since 2004, has informed the IWMF of his retirement from the Board.
The 2019 Robert Kyle Symposium was held in March, with several WMers in attendance. The presentation, “Life and Legacy of Dr. Robert A. Kyle,” is now available for viewing.
The IWMF Board of Trustees Announces funding for three new IWMF-LLS Strategic Research Roadmap projects.
Videos of ALL main presentations from the 2019 IWMF Ed Forum (held in Philadelphia, PA in June, 2019) are now available, along with presentation slides and photos from the event.
The 2019 Ed Forum in Philadelphia, PA was a great success – with revolutionary firsts of live streaming & debate sessions. We look forward to seeing you at the 2020 Ed Forum.
Atrial fibrillation (Afib or AF) is a concern for patients using ibrutinib, as some 10% of WMers on ibrutinib may eventually develop it.
The IWMF is pleased to announce that Andrew Warden of WMozzies was presented with the 2019 Judith May Volunteer Award at the IWMF Educational Form in Philadelphia, PA.