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October 2000 Volume 4, Issue 1

Could Lowering Your Cholesterol Have an Added Benefit?

Potential New Role for “Statins” in the Treatment of Myeloma Bone Disease


Dear Reader - October 2000

A message From IMF President Susie Novis


Myeloma Today Profile: Professor Régis Battaile

Dr. Battaile is a Professor of Hematology at the University of Nantes and Head of the central laboratory of hematology at the University Hospital


IMF Calendar - October 2000


News & Notes - October 2000


Ask The Experts: Nonsecretory Myeloma

The first in a series of articles intended to provide readers with  answers to general questions submitted to the IMF Hotline


One Voice Against Cancer

An effort to urge Congress to boost cancer-related funding at the CDC to $622 million


Myeloma and Public Policy

An interview with IMF Advocacy Consultant, Greg Brozeit


Renal Failure In Myeloma

Renal failure is reversible in up to 50% of patients, particularly when its degree is moderate and related to precipitation factors such as hypercalcemia


Group Leaders Need Support, Too!

The IMF held its first retreat for myeloma support group leaders on the Duke University campus in Durham, North Carolina


Myeloma Support North Of The Border

The Toronto and District Multiple Myeloma Support Group