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2019 OTTAWA-GATINEAU MYELOMA WALK - Steps to a Cure!

Join the Ottawa-Gatineau Myeloma Walk and take a step towards a cure for multiple myeloma! The Walk not only increases awareness of the disease but importantly helps fund clinical research and supports advocacy for accelerated access to game-changing therapies for Canadian patients living with myeloma. Multiple Myeloma remains a relatively unknown and rare form of blood cancer. Supporting research and raising awareness of the disease is critical.

The funds raised will support the work of Myeloma Canada and the Ottawa General Hospital.

When

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Where

Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre Map
Ottawa, ON

Registration Start: 12:30 PM

Contact

Name: Robin Sully, Gilles Caron, Frank Shepherd
Email: maplecrest2553@xplornet.ca, gillescaron@outlook.com, frank.shepherd@rogers.com

Figure 1: MPP Fraser cuts the ribbon – with a little help!