A quarterly publication of myeloma research from our medical editors

The IMF’s quarterly journal features scientific and clinical news and stories about education and awareness programs, patient meetings, and advocacy activities. Available online and by mail.

Do you want to read about the latest myeloma research, vetted by the IMF's Medical Editors? Also learn about worldwide events in the myeloma research community and gain inspiration from IMF donors and fundraisers. You can with the Myeloma Today!

The IMF’s quarterly journal features:

  • scientific and clinical news
  • reports from international medical meetings, such as ASCO and ASH
  • stories about educational outreach
  • pictures and summaries of our annual Myeloma Action Month initiative
  • information about advocacy initiatives and how you can get involved
  • the latest news from international and U.S.-based patient meetings
  • inspirational tales from patients, caregivers, donors, fundraisers, and more!
Orlando Convention Center in ASH 2019 livery
Highlights include IMF activities at ASH 2019, 2020 IMF Brian D. Novis Research Grant, 2020 An Exciting Year for Myeloma.
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Highlights include the IMF's 13th annual Comedy Celebration, scientific & clinical debates in myeloma, the 2019 report from the Nurse Leadership Board meeting.
group photo of IMWG members
Highlights include reports from the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and the 2019 Summit of the International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG).
MT 192 cover
Highlights include scientific news on CAR T-cell therapies in myeloma and the Joint Honorary Doctorate in Recognition of Scientific Excellence received by Susie Durie and Dr. Brian G.M. Durie.
ASCO 2018 corridor
Highlights include research news from the 2018 American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Conference, the iStopMM initiative, and FDA approvals and cautions about immunotherapies in myeloma.
Dr. Kumar and Dr. Durie talking to each other
The Fall 2018 Myeloma Today covers the ASCENT trial, Blood Cancer Awareness Month, the IMF Comedy Celebration, and more.

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