Who is the Arizona Myeloma Network (AzMN)?
AzMN was founded in June 2004 by Barbara B. Kavanagh. Our mission is to promote awareness, education and advocacy for improved treatment and quality of life, for multiple myeloma patients, their families and caregivers. Our members are patients, families, health care professionals, volunteers and others concerned about myeloma. AzMN is a nonprofit charity (501)(c)(3) organization that conducts outreach Events and Educational programs for Arizona Myeloma cancer patients, their families and caregivers, with special consideration for the under served: African American, Asian /Pacific, Hispanic American and Native American.
- To continue to build a network of support and resources for myeloma patients, their families and caregivers.
- ncrease knowledge about cancer research through community cancer awareness programs and seminars.
- Encourage stronger cancer patient advocacy through training and education.
- Provide culturally appropriate cancer information and outreach to the under-served.
- Develop a collaboration of cancer patients, science, business and the community to support cancer research, and improve cancer treatment for all.
Education, Awareness and Advocacy for improved treatment and quality of life for Myeloma patients, their families and caregiversEducation-
- To provide the most up to date information on Myeloma through symposiums, workshops and meetings open to all
- Help others to find informative resources to learn about Myeloma and how it is treated
- Identify resources for more information on clinical trials and research progress
Alerting patients to Arizona support group locations, specialist doctors and medical facilities with Myeloma experience
- Providing local guidance, training and information to support groups throughout Arizona
- Bringing more awareness of Myeloma to Arizona residents
- Emphasis on creating awareness of Myeloma in the African-American, Hispanic and Native American populations of Arizona
- Liaison with Arizona state and local government officials and elected representatives to enhance and encourage government support for issues impacting Myeloma patients and their families
- Liaison with other national and local organizations focused on all forms of cancer
Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp:
AzMN Account Information:
D-U-N-S® Number: 79-824-7487
Email Address: email@example.com
June 22 - the 6th Annual AzMN/John Wayne Navajo Cancer Conference, Navajo Nation Museum, Window Rock, Az.
Registration begins, February, 2013
Nov 16 - 'Save the Date'
The 9th Annual AzMN/UA Charity Golf Tournament at McCormick Ranch Golf Club Saturday, November 16th, 2013 Registration and Sponsorships will be available online after May 1st.
Feb 23 - Cancer Caregivers Seminar
Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center
March 23 - 'Save the Date'
7th Annual Living with Myeloma Conference, Chaparral Suites, Scottsdale.
TBD - Race for Hope for All Cancers