Satisfy your community engagement and social responsibility now by sponsoring life enhancing educational events for cancer patients, their families and ALL cancer caregivers.
Your donation will help support Arizona Myeloma Network’s (AzMN) operations, activities and flagship events.
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.
- Narrow the gap between what a cancer patient knows and what they should know
- Expand quality awareness, advocacy and education for all persons impacted by Cancer
- Increase knowledge, effective communications and relationship between the Cancer Patient, their caregivers and healthcare providers
- Increase awareness of cancer care resources
- 10th Annual Myeloma Scientific Research Roundtable & VIP Networking Reception (Friday, March 18, 2016)
- 10th Annual Living with Myeloma Conference (Saturday, March 19, 2016)
- Out Race Cancer (Saturday, June 4, 2016)
- 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament (Saturday, Nov 12, 2016) & Night BeFORE, Friday, Nov 12th.
- Cancer Caregiver seminars hosted by AzMN or a Community Partner (Saturday, Feb. 20, April 23, June 18, September 17, October 22, and December 10, 2016)
Join us because it is all about the Cancer Patient!
AzMN President & CEO
Myeloma Scientific Research Roundtable – Knowledge sharing amongst Myeloma experts March 18
The Research Roundtable is a unique event specifically designed for the scientific oncology community. CME/CMUs are offered by an accreditation entity. Myeloma researchers, clinicians, physicians, scientists, students, etc. share the latest breakthroughs and clinical trials in an interactive setting. We inspire, excite and provide an opportunity for Myeloma experts to share knowledge. More than 80 Myeloma experts gather at the Research Roundtable annually.
“Excellent. I cannot wait for tomorrow’s conference!”
Living with Myeloma Conference – Sponsor what could be a life saving event! March 19
Living with Myeloma Conference is an interactive event. Topics are selected from prior year’s attendee suggestions. The day is packed with updates on the latest treatments, drugs, clinical trials and other information critical for Myeloma patients, survivors and their caregivers. We bring in the most respected Myeloma experts who share what they know in plain English. No one else provides Myeloma education like we do. Content is specifically for and delivered directly to the patient. We educate about 300 attendees annually.
“Now I understand the difference between my oncologist and the Myeloma experts here!”
Cancer Caregivers Educational Program© (CCEP©) February 20, April 23, June 18, September 17, October 22, and December 10
AzMN provides the curriculum materials for cancer caregivers to learn practical tips and techniques to take better care of themselves, minimize stress, get help and in-turn increase the quality of patient care. Cancer caregivers are gathered in an interactive setting where it is safe to ask tough questions and be heard. Seminars are hosted by collaborative organizations throughout the Valley all year.
“I came here as a healthcare professional and quickly realized that I can benefit from this seminar as a ‘caregiver’ myself.”
Out Race Cancer – Annual Cancer Awareness 5K/1K Run at Bob Bondurant Racing School Saturday, June 4, 2016
Arizona Myeloma Network’s timed run/walk fundraiser to support cancer patients, their caregivers and families. Run or walk alongside our community for a better tomorrow.
Charity Golf Tournament– Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser Saturday, November 19, 2016
We bring businesses, cancer patients and caregivers together to enjoy an evening of fun and refreshments at the Night BeFORE party Friday, November 18, 2016. Then it is off to the golf course the next morning. This is a great way to show your community engagement, entertain prospective clients, get connected and support valuable education specifically designed for cancer patients, their families and cancer caregivers.