Meeting Information & Location
2nd Thursday of the Month
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. ET
After each meeting, click on meeting date to view meeting handouts/presentation
January 14 American Society of
February 11 Karyopharm
representative Julie Butts
March 11 Member Roundtable and
Myeloma Action Month
April 8 Treatment Decision
May 13 Understanding Your Labs
with Carrie Clifton from
Bristol Myers Squibb
June 10 CAR-T cell therapy - Dr.
July 8 Summer Picnic - details
to be announced
August 12 To Be Announced
September 9 To Be Announced
October 14 Medicare Supplement
November 11 Holiday Celebration
December 9 no meeting - holiday break
NO RESERVATION NEEDED
Schedule & Programs
About Our Group
Our group has been supporting local patients since 1995. Linda & Jack Huguelet began attending the group shortly after Linda's diagnosis in April 2010 and found it very informative as they began their myeloma journey. They have been leading the group since 2011, a few months after Linda's stem cell transplant.
The goal of our group is to keep patients and caregivers informed and connected. Our monthly meetings provide an educational presentation or speaker and time to connect with other patients and caregivers.
Join our mailing list and you will receive our newsletter that includes our meeting topic and the latest myeloma information. Our members are more than happy to share their treatment and transplant experiences to help you through this journey.
We can also meet with you individually. We’ve all been there and know how overwhelming a myeloma diagnosis can be. The advances in myeloma treatment have been tremendous in the last decade and there are lots of options to consider. We are here to help you and your family!
NEW Meeting Location
MEETINGS ARE CURRENTLY BEING HELD VIRTUALLY DUE TO COVID-19
Effective January 2020, the meetings will be held in the Memorial Hospital Private Dining Room.
This is located inside Entrance B of CHI Memorial Hospital. See Map below and click HERE for campus map..
Support for our group is generously provided by the International Myeloma Foundation and the Memorial Center for Cancer Support.