Jenny Ahlstrom, founder of MyelomaCrowd will lead an interactive discussion with myeloma patients and caregivers on Saturday, July 21st in the SF Bay Area support group at Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco Medical Center, 1200 El Camino Real, South San Francisco.
Free parking is available in the parking structure to the south and on ground level to the north. Once parked, look for green signs to GREEN ELEVATORS (not blue or brown). Take Green elevators to second floor, turn left and look for conference room on the other side of the foyer. Room: Cafeteria Middle & Cafeteria Back
Come learn about HealthTree, a new patient-led and patient-centered initiative to help you find personally relevant myeloma treatment options and clinical trials while accelerating a cure for multiple myeloma.
As you know, myeloma is a complicated disease and all myeloma is not the same. Curative strategies for myeloma patients will only be found when each patient is given their personally best treatments in the most advantageous order. We can quickly learn what these are by comparing our data.
Jenny will be discussing the new HealthTree Patient Network and share a demonstration of this computer-based tool.
Myeloma patients and caregivers are welcome.
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