Out of concern for the health and well-being of our support group members and their families, we are cancelling our In-Person meetings as well as our Spring Celebration of Life Event in May, due to the Coronavirus outbreak. We will continue to be available to all members, and you may reach us at (email@example.com), should you have any questions or concerns. The IMF Info Line is also available M-F 9am-4pm pacific time at 800-452 CURE (2873)
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This newsletter will be updated monthly, with the previous months newsletters available in "archives". Each newsletter will contain links to informative videos, blogs, notices of programs, etc.
"At the March meeting of the CNJMMSG, the theme of the meeting was Our Skills and Talents Are What Define Us...Not Multiple Myeloma. A sampling of these skills and talents are captured in this video. Many skills and talents were a result of a myeloma diagnosis, and many are still strong in spite of. Resilience through talent. Enjoy!"
Welcome! Do you or someone you love have Multiple Myeloma? This is an excellent way to meet and interact with fellow Multiple Myeloma patients and their family members. You can also learn new things about the treatment and management of Multiple Myeloma. Knowledege is Power!
If you have questions or want to learn more about our group, please contact Frank and Debbie Morelli at (908) 876-3967 or email CentralNJ@IMFsupport.org. We look forward to meeting you!
This group meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month from 6:30 - 8:30 PM.
Steeplechase Cancer Center
30 Rehill Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
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If you have urgent questions about multiple myeoma and need answers now, ask your myeloma specialist, or please call theIMF Infoline at 800-452-2873 or visit the IMF website at www.myeloma.org. They are all excellent resources.