Jenny Ahlstrom, founder of MyelomaCrowd will lead an interactive discussion with myeloma patients and caregivers on Monday, June 4 in Buffalo, NY. The workshop will be held at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Institute (corner of Elm and Carlton Street), David C. Hohn, MD Lecture Hall, Research Studies Building, Room 110, Buffalo, NY.
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 give you one-on-one help through each step using this computer-based tool.
If you have a laptop, please bring it with you. We have Chromebook computers you can use if you don't have a laptop.
Myeloma patients and caregivers are welcome.
Sandwiches and drinks will be provided!
To be notified about HealthTree updates, register here: www.healthtree.org