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Upcoming IMF Events

This calendar includes upcoming multiple-myeloma-related events attended by members of or hosted by the International Myeloma Foundation.

Check back often to find out if the IMF will be in your area.

Some examples include the following:

  • Educational events such as IMF Regional Community Workshops and Patient & Family seminars
  • Member Fundraisers organized by our volunteers throughout the U.S., including tea parties, bake sales, 5K Walk/Runs, golf tournaments, marathons, and more
  • The IMF's annual Comedy Celebration
  • Myeloma Action Month activities and initiatives
  • Advocacy activities
  • U.S.-based and global events that are attended by IMF-affiliated healthcare professionals, such as the American Society of Hematology (ASH) annual conference, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting, the Oncology Nursing Symposium, the International Myeloma Working Group® (IMWG) annual summit, Global Myeloma Action Network (GMAN) activities, and more
  • IMF teleconferences from leading international oncology meetings or educational webinars broadcast for multiple myeloma patients and caregivers

Follow us year-round at this page to find out how to get involved.

Upcoming Events

Best of ASH 2021
Dr. Brian G.M. Durie discusses important takeaways relating to multiple myeloma from the annual American Society of Hematology (ASH) conference
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You can help fund $1,000,000.00 in donations for Brian Novis Research Grant Awards given by the International Myeloma Foundation.

Hatfield Hike
Last year, to celebrate my 60th birthday, Huckleberry (an Australian Cattle dog of strong character and questionable intelligence) and I began hiking the Appalachian Trail to raise money for two great causes, The International Myeloma Foundation and The CCHS Network.
Bruno's One Sweet Ride
On September 2, 2020, my Dad was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. I had never heard of this before and not only was this news devastating to our family, but we were even more devastated to learn there is no cure. So my family and I have made it our mission to help find a cure for my Dad and all of those who suffer from this cancer. Team Bruno raised $5,250.00 as the top contributing team in the virtual walk this past September and we want to keep raising more money for this cause.
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Due to the CDC Guidelines, all gyms have been closed until further notice. If you registered to attend this fundraising event, please know that it will be rescheduled as soon as we can. We will reach out to you with the new date and time for the event.
Andy Sninsky
My name is  Andy Sninsky, sometimes known as “That Crazy Guy on a Bike”. Since 2011, I have cycled more than 25,000 miles throughout the U.S., Europe, and lands down under to raise awareness of Multiple Myeloma.

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