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With Silver Swarovski Garnet Spacers
$75.00 
 
Originally created for IMF staff members, this beautiful hand-crafted jewelry is now available for sale to raise funds for IMF programs and services. The triple toggle design of interlocked 14K gold-filled loops enhances the natural beauty of faceted gemstones. The earrings dangle from 14K gold-filled French wires (for pierced ears only), and the pendant hangs on a 14K gold-filled 16" ball chain. The toggle measures approximately 1.75" long. Choose green Aventurine, blue Amazonite, purple Amethyst, or burgundy Garnet the IMF's signature color!
$50.00 
Sarah Klein's father, Benson, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 1998, and has been in remission for 8 years. Sarah wants to give back to the IMF in her own creative way and has designed two special bracelets made up of semi-precious healing stones. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these bracelets is being donated to the IMF. Click on the picture to see larger views of the bracelets.
$50.00 
Heavyweight white cotton T with IMF logo on front and Brian Novis' inspiring words on the back, "One person can make a difference, two can make a miracle." Available in sizes from small to XX-large. Be part of the miracle.
$15.00 
Maroon letters on a handsome khaki cap will go with every outfit. One size fits all. 64% of the proceeds goes support the programs and services of the IMF.
$15.00 
 
In 2009, the International Myeloma Foundation commissioned artists, all members of the IMF community, to submit art for our new holiday cards! The result is these eight different designs sold separately in shrink-wrapped packages of eight cards for $12.00. Choose your favorite, order enough for all your friends and family, and help the IMF with every purchase.
$12.00 
Abigail McLaughlin is a 14-year-old high school freshman who lives in Fall River, Massachusetts with her parents, brother, sister and dog. She wrote this book as a sixth grade school assignment shortly after her dad was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. An authentic voice and sound advice make this book a wonderful gift for children who are dealing with a parent's cancer diagnosis.
$12.00 
 
Imagine Moving Forward is on one side of the bracelet and "www.myeloma.org" is on the other. They are only $1 each in sets of 10, so you can order one for everyone in your family. Available in two sizes: Adult and Youth. (Remember that these bracelets are only available in sets of 10. Indicate the number of sets of 10 you would like to order.) 63% of the proceeds goes to support the programs and services of the IMF.
$10.00 
Whether you hang one on your holiday tree, your wall, or any other creative place you can think of, the IMF's holiday ornament will bring a message of hope to anyone you give it to. Fashioned after the IMF's popular Ribbon of Hope lapel pin, the 2 inch by 4 inch enameled ornament comes in a black velvet pouch with a gold ribbon tie.We have a limited number available, so get your order in! At only $10 each, they will make a wonderful gift as well.63% of the proceeds goes to support the programs and services of the IMF.
$10.00 
 
The Ribbon of Hope pin lets people know you care and will call attention to the need for action to find a cure. Making it truly distinct are the two M's in the center of the pin and at the end of the ribbons; "MM" for multiple myeloma. 61% of the proceeds goes to support the programs and services of the IMF.
$5.00 
 
Prepared by Dr. Brian G.M. Durie, the IMF's Concise Review of the Disease and Treatment Options provides an in-depth overview of myeloma, with a discussion of the epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, treatment options, and new and emerging treatments. This information is helpful to health professionals and patients alike.
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The IMF Info Pack provides comprehensive information on treatment options and disease management. Available free of charge, the Info Pack includes The IMF Patient Handbook , as well as many of the important Understanding Series booklets. Click on the thumbnail to the left to see a complete list of the publications included in the Info Pack.
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The Patient Handbook provides a basic understanding of myeloma to allow patients to make informed decisions about treatment choices.
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Clinical trials are research studies of new treatments that involve patients. Whether or not to participate in a clinical trial is one of the critical decisions you and your oncologist may have to make at some point in the cancer care continuum.
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Darzalex® (daratumumab) is a laboratory-made monoclonal antibody that targets a specific single protein on the surface of myeloma cells.
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After reading this booklet, you should know what dexamethasone is, how it works, possible side effects, and more.
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Empliciti® (elotuzumab) is the first immunostimulatory monoclonal antibody approved for the treatment of myeloma. Empliciti enlists immune system cells to attack myeloma. Before reading this booklet, it may be helpful to read another IMF publication, Understanding the Immune System in Myeloma.
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Farydak is the first histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitor approved for use in treating myeloma. Farydak is taken in capsule form in combination with Velcade® (bortezomib) and dexamethasone. by patients who have already been treated with Vel¬cade and an immunomodulatory drug.
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Myeloma patients may experience fatigue caused by the disease, by treatment, and by the understandable anxiety and/or depression that affects many. This booklet contains a thorough examination of coping strategies and causes of myeloma fatigue, as well as suggestions for discussing fatigue with your doctor.
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High-dose therapy with stem cell rescue, or "stem cell transplant," is an important treatment option for eligible patients with multiple myeloma.
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This booklet discusses Kyprolis?, the results of clinical trials with Kyprolis, how and when it is administered, its possible side effects, and how to manage them.
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Ninlaro® (ixazomib) is the first oral proteasome inhibitor approved by the FDA to treat myeloma. Ninlaro is the third drug in the proteasome inhibitor class that has been approved for myeloma. It is indicated for myeloma patients who have received at least one prior therapy.
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Pomalyst in combination with dexamethasone was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on February 8, 2013 for relapsed and refractory myeloma.
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Revlimid? (lenalidomide) has been approved by the FDA for use in myeloma.
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Using thalidomide to treat myeloma is a new idea, but thalidomide itself has been studied for many decades. Much has been learned about how thalidomide works in the treatment of different diseases, and how its side effects can be treated.
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This booklet will help you understand immune system basics. The immune system is extremely complex. It is made up of multiple mechanisms that work together to protect and defend the human body from external threats such as bacteria, viruses, and toxins, and from internal threats such as cancer.
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This booklet is focused on therapies given to patients with myeloma bone involvement. Bisphosphonate therapy is not treatment for myeloma, but it does help to prevent skeletal complications of myeloma. Monoclonal antibody therapy targets a protein which controls bone regeneration and remodeling.
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As treatment for myeloma improves and patients live longer, it is important to reduce the disability that can result from the painful problem of vertebral compression fractures, which occur when the vertebra collapses or fractures because the bone is too weak to withstand the pressure or stress placed upon it.
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This booklet covers the basics of FDA approved VELCADE?, including how it works, how it is administered, how is it used in clinical practice today, and side effects.
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