The 2017 Educational Forum, recently held in Phoenix, Arizona, was a tremendous success – with the largest attendance ever. We look forward to seeing you at the 2018 Educational Forum!
WhiMSICAL, the first patient and medical researcher-led global patient database for WM, is now available for use. The IWMF encourages all to participate!
To help continue to fulfill the IWMF mission and vision, we are pleased to introduce our new Major Gifts Officer: Brian L. Miller.
The IWMF has just launched its new online and email community, IWMF Connect! This new community is available to all WM patients and caregivers, and replaces IWMF-TALK.
Luigi Villa was diagnosed with WM in 2011 at the age of 55. Asymptomatic, Luigi needed no treatment and led a normal life…until the day he woke up with double vision.
Making Strides for WMers Worldwide: Join the 1st Walk for Waldenstrom’s on Sunday, May 21, 2017! You can walk with us, fundraise for us, or give on a fellow WMer’s behalf.
While WM was first described by Swedish doctor, J. G. Waldenström, in 1944, few patient-friendly publications on WM have been available in Scandinavian languages–until now!
Welcome the American Association for Cancer Research as a new IWMF partner organization
The IWMF received 5 proposals from researchers around the globe in response to the RFP (Request for Proposals) for Amyloidosis in WM.
This booklet, first published in 2007, has been updated and expanded to include the newest tests used for diagnosis and monitoring of WM.