Dr. Steven Treon, of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, gave two presentations on WM during the Lymphoma Research Foundation 2016 Education Forum, which are now available online.
The CancerCare Webcast, by Dr. Stephen Ansell (Mayo Clinic) and Dr. Jorge Castillo (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute), first broadcast on 11 Jan 2017, is now available online!
Bob Lynch’s favorite sport has always been sliding-seat rowing. When diagnosed with WM he turned to his row boat to help him deal with treatment…he’s been rowing ever since.
Register now for the 2017 IWMF Ed Forum, and get the latest news regarding treatment and survivorship from top clinicians, researchers, fellow patients and caregivers!
If you haven’t already registered, take advantage of CancerCare’s free phone/online WM workshop on January 11, 2017. Pre-registration is required.
McKesson Specialty Health supports a clinical trials program through US Oncology Research that works with physicians to try to help patients enroll in clinical trials right in their own communities.
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with WM and need help, but can’t seem to find information in your preferred language, the IWMF website can help you.
Thanks to a generous donation, the IWMF has issued a request to global researchers for a new project focused on Amyloid in WM.
The IWMF has formed a partnership with Triage Cancer, a non-profit organization that provides education and resources on the entire continuum of cancer survivorship.
The IWMF is partnering with CancerCare to offer a CancerCare Connect® Education Workshop on Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia on Wed., January 11, 2017.