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21 01, 2016

MMRF 2015 myeloma year in review

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I'm part of a Cure Talk Radio broadcast in a few hours featuring Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation co-founder, Anne Quinn Young. If you can't listen live, I'll pass along a link so you an listen later. Here's a short rundown about the show: 2015 saw a lot of action in the Myeloma world. Four new

26 03, 2015

Stem cell transplant expert live tonight

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I'm excited about tonight's Cure Talks broadcast.  A panel of experienced patients and I will be speaking with Dr. William Bensinger, Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, and director of the Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.  I believe his medical group at Hutchinson does more stem cell transplants than

10 01, 2015

The MMRF continues to help push research forward

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Several of you have asked me to post the link from Thursday Morning's Cure Talks broadcast, featuring Italian myeloma specialist, Dr. Antonio Palumbo.  It was a fascinating broadcast.  Co-hosts from India and Florida,  panelists from the East Coast and California, all questioning a physician in Torino, Italy: http://www.curetalks.com/event/rsvp/European-Perspective-on-Myeloma-Treatment-Strategies-with-Dr-Antonio-Palumbo/150/ Best I  can tell the sound quality

20 11, 2014

Listin to brodcasts featuring myeloma’s best: Dr. Gareth Morgan (UAMS) and Dr Vincent Rajkumar Mayo Clinic

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Sorry for the delay.  Cure Talks (new name, updated site) has been under construction.  Click on the link below: http://www.curetalks.com/event/rsvp/More-can-Cure-Myeloma-Treatment-with-Dr-Gareth-Morgan-/75/ Then drop down under first large graphic and click on the "go" arrow on the right side to listen.  It's worth the trouble! Cure Talks Director, Priya Menon, promises access will be easier next time.