“The Times, They Are A-Changing”

Michael Tuohy |

As you may know, I was diagnosed in 2000 when I was 36 years old. Who knew back then how much research would increase to give us all real hope for a cure for myeloma. The IMF has even launched clinical trials named “CURE” Trials! I attended my first ASH, I believe in 2005.  I […]

The Things We Learn at ASH

Jim Omel |

I look forward every year to Annual ASH Meeting, whether I’m attending in person or experiencing it from home via Twitter, blogs, and professional writers. At ASH we learn new advances in treating, evaluating, and living with myeloma. Immunology has become a central focus of recent ASH meetings and #ASH18 #IMFASH18 will be more of […]

How Do Patients Learn at ASH?

Jack Aiello |

Soon I’ll be off to San Diego, the site of this year’s American Society of Hematology (ASH) conference. ASH is all about blood cancers (leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma), and there are nearly 700 oral presentations and posters on myeloma alone. I’m so grateful to the International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) and their sponsors for sending me, […]