Looking for guidance? We’re here to help. The professionals at our Patient Navigation Center can offer insights, counseling and support throughout your treatment journey.
What is the Patient Navigation Center?
You and your care team will have many decisions to make along your treatment journey. The Patient Navigation Center is a space for multiple myeloma patients to connect with patient navigators — who are professionals specializing in oncology — for guidance, information, and support. You can connect with a patient navigator via phone, email or online web form. Whenever you have a question, our patient navigators are here to help.
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Information & resources
Oncology Nursing Fireside ChatsIn a conversation intended for patients with multiple myeloma, as well as their caregivers, families, and friends, MMRF Patient Navigation Center nurses Grace Allison, Brittany Hartmann, and Erin Mensching discuss key takeaways from the first two days of presentations at the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) 2022 meeting.
Part 1: Physical burden, treatment costs, and other issuesTopics include the burden of multiple myeloma as related to treatment and finances, as well as myeloma in the black community.
Part 2: CAR T-cell TherapyIn the second installment, MMRF Patient Navigation Center nurses Grace Allison, Brittany Hartmann, and Erin Mensching provide insights on CAR T-cell therapy, an exciting option for myeloma treatment.
Get on the right track for youThe MMRF’s Right Track program puts you on the path to the best results for you.
THE RIGHT TRACK ™
Connect with a Myeloma Mentor
Want to speak to a fellow patient? We have developed an original program that connects patients one-on-one for support and guidance. Our patient mentors are living with multiple myeloma in various stages and classifications, and they have undergone a variety of treatments. Share your experiences and hear other patient perspectives — get connected with a Myeloma Mentor.