Pictures from the San Jose Patient and Family Seminar July 16-17, 2004
The beautiful Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California was the site of another successful IMF Patient and Family Seminar attended by over 225 people, including Washington State Senator Bob Oke. In addition to learning the latest in myeloma treatment and research, the attendees enjoyed tours of the turn of the century mansion.
The IMF’s signature Bank on a Cure® program was met with great enthusiasm, and we distributed over 200 DNA sample kits.
Dr. Durie and David Brown discuss advances in myeloma treatments or Scottish weather patterns at the opening dinner.
IMF Information Specialist Debbie Birns listens to a question during the opening dinner at the San Jose Patient & Family Seminar.
Dr. Brian Durie with motivational speaker Tom Bay.
IMF Advocate Greg Brozeit talks about the IMF's role in Washington at the afternoon reception.
Susie Novis presents David and Prudy Brown with a Donor Recognition Award.
Sharing stories at the San Jose Patient & Family Seminar.
IMF staffer Lisa Paik mingles with attendees.
Susie with Diane Moran from Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Susie Novis with Washington State Senator Bob Oke and his beautiful wife Judy.
Guest speakers Leslie Laudeman and Pamela Viale compare notes prior to their presentations.
Between sessions, Dr. Durie answers questions from attendees from all over the US, Canada, and even Europe.