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A gene that helps control the aging process by acting as a cell's internal clock has been linked to cancer by a major new study.
Cancer Support Community's expanded Cancer Experience Registry created to identify social and emotional needs of people living with multiple myeloma Washington,
S. 3988/A. 6233 will ensure that health plans already providing insurance coverage for chemotherapy will provide equal coverage for both IV/injected and oral therapies.
Hardy Jones, ocean conservationist, myeloma patient and International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) member, has written a powerful book, The Voice of The Dolphins, highlighting the devastating impact of pollutants on dolphins and our world's oceans....
The IMF Advocacy team with IMF Volunteer Advocates, made up of patients and caregivers, went to Washington to meet with legislators and staff on May 25th for the One Voice Against Cancer (OVAC) Lobby Day.
Passage would represent a win for all cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Bill sent to governor for signing. Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 17, 2011 HB 438 passed in the State Senate on Tuesday and was sent to the Governor for signing.
Andy Sninsky rode his bicycle 300 miles across the Mojave for multiple myeloma: An IMF FUNdraiser generating hope and raising awareness. (PRWEB) May 14, 2011 Andy Sninsky is a remarkable man.
Composed of myeloma experts from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Rep.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.