Our hearts go to all innocent victims of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.  

As a global organization, the International Myeloma Foundation supports — and will continue to support — every myeloma patient, caregiver, doctor, researcher, and advocate going through struggles and difficulties brought about by the war in Ukraine.  

As an advocate for hope and resilience among the members of the myeloma community, the IMF is here for you — and even to a greater degree, during this most difficult time.  

Our mission is clear, and our steadfast commitment continues — to improve the quality of life of myeloma patients across the globe, while working toward prevention and a cure.  

We are always here for you. Reach out to the IMF to get the support and assistance you need through our reliable InfoLine team or by contacting the IMF Support Groups.  


The IMF’s InfoLine team addresses myeloma-related questions and concerns in a caring and compassionate manner, and consistently provides callers with the best information about multiple myeloma. Call 800-452 CURE (2873) (U.S. & Canada) or 1-818-487-7455 (Worldwide). Our phone lines are open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time). You may also email us at [email protected]

Support Groups:  

The IMF’s local support groups are currently accommodating virtual meetings to expand their reach in addressing the specific needs of patients and caregivers. 

IMF Stands in Solidarity with Myeloma Communities affected by the Conflict in Ukraine

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