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AMEN - The Israeli Association of Myeloma Patients
AMEN's mission is to benefit the welfare of myeloma patients in Israel, improve quality of life, centralize information on the disease, treatments, meds and research as well as suggestions for treatment vis a vis support agencies like Bituah Leumi [Social Security], insurance companies, various rights etc, as well as other subjects which will help the patient and family members get through a difficult period of adaptation and the establishment of a viable quality of life in light of the new situation they face.
03.02.08

Welcome to the Israeli Association of Myeloma Patients, the acronym for which is the word AMEN. Founded by Paula Azulai, a myeloma patient, AMEN's mission is to benefit the welfare of myeloma patients in Israel, improve quality of life, centralize information on the disease, treatments, meds and research as well as suggestions for treatment vis a vis support agencies like Bituah Leumi [Social Security], insurance companies, various rights etc, as well as other subjects which will help the patient and family members get through a difficult period of adaptation and the establishment of a viable quality of life in light of the new situation they face.

Their Hebrew language website, which has medical info and more, is a place from which to learn, to which to write, through which to ask, recommend and get updates.   There is also an English language website and a form to contact Amen. AMEN has translated  IMF materials into Hebrew, set up support groups, and participates in conferences focused on myeloma education and research.

In order to reach each patient of the myeloma family with support and information, they ask you to contact them by downloading and sending them the contact form after completing all the details. All details sent will be maintained for our contact purposes and will not be passed on to any other cause without authorization.

DOWNLOAD THE CONTACT FORM IN HEBREW

DOWNLOAD THE CONTACT FORM IN ENGLISH


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First meeting of the Israeli Myeloma Working Group to be held on July 29, 2005


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Report from the Third Anniversary of AMEN
The 3rd annual meeting of AMEN, the Israeli MM foundation, was held this year on May 21st at the Weizmann Institute of Science. 400 people—a record number—attended the event.

AMEN - The Israeli Association of Myeloma Patients
AMEN's mission is to benefit the welfare of myeloma patients in Israel, improve quality of life, centralize information on the disease, treatments, meds and research as well as suggestions for treatment vis a vis support agencies like Bituah Leumi [Social Security], insurance companies, various rights etc, as well as other subjects which will help the patient and family members get through a difficult period of adaptation and the establishment of a viable quality of life in light of the new situation they face.

Archive of AMEN's Newsletters

REPORT FROM AMEN'S SECOND ANNIVERSARY
AMEN is the IMF’s affiliate in Israel. It has been wonderful to watch the progress that AMEN has made helping everyone battling myeloma in Israel in just two short years.

AMEN Hosts Myeloma Seminar for Hematology Residents
On the 7th of June, 2006, AMEN organized a multiple myeloma seminar for hematology residents in the Accadia Hotel in Herzelyia.

AMEN's First Anniversary
This is a beautiful and moving chronicle of the founding of AMEN, the Israeli Association of Myeloma Patients. In Hebrew with English subtitles.

History is Made with the First Meeting of the Israeli Myeloma Study Group
The community of myeloma experts responded positively to the invitation from AMEN in cooperation with the Israeli Society of Hematologists. Twenty-nine representatives from key clinical and research centers attended and shared with AMEN the excitement of establishing a nationwide working group for multiple myeloma.

First meeting of the Israeli Myeloma Working Group to be held on July 29, 2005
Creation of the working group was initiated by AMEN as a joint venture with the Israeli Society of Hematologists.