Myeloma Action Month (MAM) Is Here!
This year the IMF has launched a powerful social campaign to grow awareness of multiple myeloma, and activate those directly, and or indirectly affected by the disease. The campaign is titled “Myeloma Warrior,” or #MyelomaWarrior. We’ve relaunched the Myeloma Action Month website with a whole new look to reflect this message.
The campaign focuses on Myeloma Warriors – individuals like YOU - patients, caregivers, family members, healthcare professionals, and more.
Check out the MAM page for all the exciting ways you can
Take Action and amplify awareness of myeloma
in your community and worldwide!
The Connecticut Multiple Myeloma Fighters Information Group meets on most second Wednesdays of the month from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at the Prospect Public Library, 17 Center Street, Prospect, CT 06712. For more information, please contact Michael or Robin Tuohy at 203-206-3536 or Jon Fitzpatrick at 203-709-0744. You can also reach us at email@example.com
You are not alone. The Connecticut Multiple Myeloma Fighters Information Group is part of a network of worldwide myeloma specific support groups affiliated with the International Myeloma Foundation. Myeloma can very often be treated successfully, and many patients live long and productive lives after being diagnosed. We encourage you to learn as much as possible, to seek out the opinion of a myeloma expert and to form a relationship together to determine the best treatment plan for you.
At our meetings, patients, caregivers and friends share their knowledge and experiences on treatments, coping with side effects, medical insurance, participation in clinical trials, new scientific and clinical research and provide mutual support and encouragement.
We also invite experts to join us and share their knowledge. Call, email or mail to get on our email/phone list so you can receive the meeting announcements. You can also view the details of our next support group meeting, get driving directions, etc. here on our web site.
Our Group is Proudly Affiliated with the International Myeloma Foundation www.myeloma.org