Jack and Barbara Kavanagh, Co-Founders of the Arizona Myeloma Network (AzMN), celebrate 10 years of providing free cancer education programs for myeloma patients and families in Arizona. Multiple myeloma is a rare, often misdiagnosed bone marrow cancer that will strike 2200 new patients each month in the U.S. Thanks to new research and earlier diagnosis, myeloma patients are living longer and experiencing a better quality of life.
Thanks to the support of AzMN’s major sponsors: the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters, as well as Black Bear Diner, Smashburger, and Snell & Wilmer, there were over 225 golfers, sponsors, volunteers, cancer patients and families participating.
In 2015, AzMN will be introducing the 1st Cancer Caregivers' Support and Education Programs™ in Arizona. These programs will also be free and open to all. Visit the AzMN website at www.azmyelomanetwork.org for more information about its programs and services, as well as to see the 2015 Calendar of Events.
A happy and healthy holiday wish to all
of our friends from AzMN!
Thank you aztv for featuring Barbara Kavanagh, M.S.W, from AzMN and Dr. Joe Mikhael from Mayo Clinic on the Morning Scramble AZ-TV on November 4th, 2014. We appreciate the opportunity to talk about our free myeloma patient and caregiver advocacy programs. We are also grateful to Dr. Joe for sharing information on new and exciting research, it’s inspiring for all myeloma patients and families.
Past 2014 Events
Saturday, November 8th, 2014
10th Anniversary Arizona Myeloma Network Charity Golf Tournament
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Saturday, June 14, 2014
7th Annual AzMN/Navajo Nation Cancer Awareness and Advocacy Conference
Saturday, June 7, 2014
Cancer Caregiver Conference
Saturday. March 22nd, 2014
8th Annual Living with