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Mission Statement Our mission is to promote collaboration, awareness, education and advocacy for improved treatment and quality of life, for multiple myeloma patients, their families and ALL cancer caregivers with special consideration to the underserved.
COLLABORATION – AWARENESS – EDUCATION – ADVOCACY
What is myeloma? Multiple Myeloma is a complex and often misdiagnosed cancer of the bone marrow that affects plasma cells, which comprise the immune system and bone. The cause is unknown. In the USA there are over 2,041 new cases of myeloma diagnosed every month! The average incidence of myeloma is 6 per 100,000 in the US, representing approximately 1% of all types of cancer. Thankfully an estimated 83,367 people are living with myeloma. AZ Governor’s Proclamation March 2016 *Arizona Myeloma Awareness Week * Arizona Governor issues a Proclamation designating the 3rd week of March (19th-26th) as “Arizona Myeloma Awareness Week!”? “Whereas, in Arizona, during the last five years, there have been an average of 372 newly diagnosed cases of Myeloma and 217 deaths caused by Myeloma each year; and…”? “Whereas, Arizona Myeloma Network established the Cancer Caregiver Educational Support Programs for the cancer caregivers who are unsupported and under-represented.” There is no cure, but myeloma is treatable. With the new research, earlier intervention, and new medications, lives are being saved and the quality of life is improving. Hopefully, with collaboration among researchers, clinicians, pharmaceuticals, and patient advocates… together, we will find a Cure!
National Cancer Institute, SEER (Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results) program statistics based on 2009-2011 data.
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