Resources and Support

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Resources & Support

No matter the situation, we're here to help
Multiple myeloma is a disease that can often be treated successfully, and many patients live long and productive lives after being diagnosed. We are here to arm you with as much patient information as possible so that you can seek out the very best care, while working toward better treatments and a cure.
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Don't Wait. Call Us.

The IMF’s InfoLine is there for you for your myeloma-related questions and concerns. The InfoLine team consistently provides callers with best information about myeloma in a caring and compassionate manner. Phone lines are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pacific time.

US & Canada: 800-452 CURE (2873)
Worldwide: 1-818-487-7455

or e-mail us at

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Caregiver Resources

As a caregiver, it is easy to be overwhelmed by caring for a cancer survivor. An important point to remember is that you, as a caregiver, are also a survivor because you, too, are surviving the challenges, responsibilities, and life-changing effects of this disease and its treatment. We’re here to support you as well.

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News and Events

Visit the hub for breaking news in the multiple myeloma community. Updated on a regular basis, we cover such topics as co-pay assistance, recent changes in U.S. health care legislation, FDA drug approvals, and more

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