September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month
This Blood Cancer Awareness Month, the IMF’s goal is to raise awareness of multiple myeloma among those who may not have heard of the disease. Help the IMF achieve its goal and educate those within your community by sharing myeloma facts, scientific innovations in myeloma treatment, and inspirational stories of those living with the disease.
We are counting on you to create awareness about blood cancers and to make an impact on the lives of those living with multiple myeloma by educating others about the disease.
We invite you to ask one simple question:
Do you #knowmyeloma?
Your kind generosity goes a long way and provides patients with the latest educational resources direct from top experts in the myeloma field, as well as access to virtual webinars, support group assistance, support for advocates furthering myeloma-related legislation, and funds for a cure. Donate now and show your support.
Educate, inspire, and raise awareness by sharing facts and stats about multiple myeloma and the International Myeloma Foundation, quotes from myeloma experts and from patients living with the disease.
SHARE THESE GRAPHICS ON SOCIAL MEDIA WITH #KNOWMYELOMA
Join IMF Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joseph Mikhael as he conducts a special two-part series LIVE on Facebook.
Do You Know Myeloma?
In this 30-minute FACEBOOK LIVE event, Dr. Joseph Mikhael reviewed the basics of multiple myeloma, shared facts and stats about the disease, discussed health disparities within the myeloma community, and what educational and supportive resources the IMF provides.
Do You Know Myeloma Research?
In this 30-minute FACEBOOK LIVE event, Dr. Joseph Mikhael discusses major research breakthroughs in myeloma, newly anticipated immune therapies, and touches on IMF research under the Black Swan Research Initiative.
Follow the IMF on Facebook now.
Try Out the kNOw Myeloma Quiz Game On Your Phone
Did you know that you can raise myeloma awareness on Instagram while playing the "kNOw Myeloma" quiz game?
Click the link below while on your phone to try it out on Instagram now!
Patient and Support Group Leader Thomas Goode share his myeloma journey,
A conversation with the first IMF ASCENT trial participant.
Myeloma patient Andy Sninsky bikes 1000 miles during Blood Cancer Awareness Month.
The immune therapy registry is an exciting new project from the IMF’s research division, the IMWG.
The IMWG Developed Biobank Enhances Myeloma Research.
The First Large-Scale Screening Study in the Field of Myeloma: Iceland Screens Treats or Prevents Multiple Myeloma.
Share these graphics on your social media to help raise awareness of the 2nd most common blood cancer in the world.