As we celebrate the Holiday Season, IWMF Board Chair, Carl Harrington, shares highlights of what the IWMF community has accomplished in 2019
The IWMF is focused on a brighter future with a new Strategic Plan and Vision for 2020 and beyond. See where we are headed and how we need YOUR HELP to make it a reality.
Don’t forget to register for the free IWMF-CancerCare online/phone education workshop specifically designed for WM caregivers! The workshop is on Friday, January 10, 2020.
On November 13, 2019 the IWMF issued an RFP to 260 of the leading WM researchers in the world. This RFP was developed together with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).
This free IWMF- CancerCare workshop for WM Caregivers features Dr. Jeffrey Matous (Colorado Blood Cancer Institute) and Ms. Sharon Flynn (National Institutes of Health).
With an emphasis on WM, the IWMF 2019 Venetoclax Fact Sheet explains how the therapy is given, side effects, and self-care tips.
The IWMF has positioned itself to enhance the support provided to the global WM community and to search for a cure with the addition of a new Chief Development Officer.
Availability of a free air transportation service for individuals requiring medical diagnosis, treatment or follow-up.
Michael was the first Australian to have ibrutinib treatment and it’s been lifesaving. “My life is normal now,” said Michael, 69, of Milton in regional New South Wales.
View Michael's Story of Hope HERE