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1st Annual Chek Fest Golf Tournament
We ask for your donation to the 1st Annual Check Fest to support the IMF’s mission of improving the quality of life of myeloma patients while working toward prevention and a cure.
Mon, Jul 21, 2014
IMF Patient & Family Seminar (PFS) - Los Angeles, CA
Fri, Aug 22, 2014
Miracles for Myeloma
2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk

Sept. 27, 2014
Oak Ridge Park
Clark, New Jersey
IMF Patient & Family Seminar (PFS) - Short Hills, NJ
Fri, Oct 10, 2014
IMF Regional Community Workshop (RCW) - Nashville, TN
Sat, Oct 25, 2014
Our combined efforts to continue our service through the Veterans Against Myeloma cause can help research and help us win the battle by finding a cure.
Bicycle Mojave...and Beyond!!!
Andy Sninsky is now a 6+ year survivor of Stage III Multiple Myeloma. I have bicycled every March raising awareness of the disease. This year I am riding 1000 miles of California bringing tidings of good cheer to many support groups along my route. You can follow me and donate to research.
Cancer Awareness Bracelets
We are Beading for the Cure! All of our Cancer Awareness bracelets are handcrafted with the HOPE that soon, this disease will have successful, long term treatment leading to a Complete Remission (CR) for EVERY patient with multiple myeloma. Each bracelet and those who wear them are touched by our thoughts and prayers. We are 100% volunteer, every bead, every charm, every minute spent is donated to the IMF. We are committed to reaching the goal of discovering the CURE!

How to Host an Afternoon Tea
Here’s an elegant way to build awareness about myeloma and raise money in your community. It's easy, it's fun, and the International Myeloma Foundation helps you all along the way.
VISIONS Notecards by Jeff
A Cure for Karl

Jeff Hanson is a 15 year-old, visually impaired artist from Overland Park, Kansas. IMFer Karl Vollstedt and Jeff are great friends who use their time and talents to benefit others. Jeff created these note cards as a gift to Karl and to myeloma research.
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