Myeloma Awareness Month
March is Myeloma Awareness Month and It's Your Turn to Take Action!
For the month of March and spanning into April, Myeloma Canada will be hosting a series of online campaigns and events aimed at increasing general awareness of multiple myeloma in the community at large, promoting early detection and diagnosis and advocating for accelerated treatment access in all Canadian provinces for overall improved patient outcomes.
Myeloma Canada invites you to join this movement and spread the word. By making myeloma matter and unifying and strengthening the voice of the Canadian myeloma community, we are putting myeloma on the map.
Check out our calendar of events below. For any additional questions or information request, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or 1.888 798‑5771.
March 1 - March 31
Online Awareness Campaign
The Multiple Myeloma March Kick-off!
Known as the only annual national fundraiser that exclusively supports the Canadian myeloma community, the 9th Annual Multiple Myeloma March campaign has officially begun! Join us in one of the 14 communities across Canada to raise funds for clinical research and to support advocacy for accelerated access to game-changing therapies for Canadian patients.
Kitchener, ON - NEW!
Prince George, BC- NEW!
Quebec City, QC
Sault Ste Marie, ON
Windsor/Essex County, ON
Can't find a March in your area but would like to start one? Contact Michelle Oana, the Associate Director of Development and Communications at Myeloma Canada for more information by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 514 755‑7244
To volunteer with an existing March, visit the Multiple Myeloma March website and click on "Volunteer" in the top menu.
March 24 -25
Myeloma Canada Patient & Caregiver InfoSessions
To view the itineraries and to register, click on the following links:
Free Online Educational Webinar
Featuring Martine Elias,
Director of Access, Advocacy and Community Relations at Myeloma Canada
March 28, 2017 - 7:00 pm EST
Myeloma Action Day
March 30th marks the kick-off of Myeloma Canada's advocacy campaign:
Drive Advocacy for Treatment Access