Cancer Support Networks
Cancer.net – oncologist-approved cancer information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Cancer Care – a national nonprofit organization providing free, professional support services and resources for anyone affected by cancer.
Cancer Survivorship Research – sponsored by the National Cancer Institute.
The Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia (formerly The Wellness Community of Philadelphia) a non-profit organization serving people with cancer and their loved ones of all ages and ethnicities throughout the five-county area. Click for their special program: “Frankly Speaking…Multiple Myeloma.”
HealthTree for Multiple Myeloma – a patient-driven initiative to help educate and support multiple myeloma patients. The goal is to simplify complex information and arm patients with important and current information about myeloma in order to help them obtain optimal outcomes.
National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship – the oldest survivor-led cancer advocacy organization in the country and a highly respected authentic voice at the federal level, advocating for quality cancer care for all Americans and empowering cancer survivors. Special topic: Living with Multiple Myeloma.
Patient Advocate Foundation – providing effective mediation and arbitration services to patients to remove obstacles to healthcare.
Smart Patients/Myeloma – The online support of the Smart Patients community complements the extensive information and support programs of IMF, which include in-person, online, multimedia and hard-copy resources. Smart Patients was designed to extend the reach of these kinds of resources to an even broader group of cancer patients who can learn from each other about treatments, the latest science, and how it all fits into the context of their experience. Visit the Smart Patients myeloma community, ask a question, and support others who can learn from you.