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The #MyelomaMinute is out! Read and subscribe to your top source of myeloma news and info. This week we feature the IMF’s InfoLine, the importance of CAR T Therapy, Understanding ABECMA® (idecabtagene vicleucel), & Dr. Durie answers a patient's question.
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Whether you’ve been unable to access the care and treatment you need, have experienced delays in your treatment, or are unable to pay for your care due to financial insecurity, please consider sharing your story https://t.co/xOL4xkSMBD

Michelle knew something wasn't right with her son Tyler. It took advocating for a diagnosis and referral to St. Jude to get Tyler on the road to recovery. Learn how he overcame treatment and finished a half-marathon. https://t.co/VrVcOUD9kO

What does a safe sleep environment look like for your baby?

Dr. Katharina Graw-Panzer of @WCMpeds discusses sleep safety, healthy sleep habits & what parents should know about preventing sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in the latest #KidsHealthCast.

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Thank you so much to everyone who participated in our virtual LA Miles for Melanoma event! You all are making such a difference in the LA melanoma community. A special shout out to our top Fundraising Teams, Individual Fundraisers, and amazing local sponsors!

Today’s the day, LA! Join us LIVE on the MRF Facebook page at 10AM PST for our LA Miles for Melanoma celebration ceremony. https://t.co/6dviI2Xj84

#Vaccines are a safe and effective way to help prevent infectious diseases, including pertussis. Speak with your doctor about getting a #tdap vaccination to help protect yourself. https://t.co/Usvobqsvj1

Los tratamientos descubiertos y desarrollados en St. Jude han ayudado a incrementar la tasa de supervivencia general del cáncer infantil de un 20 por ciento, cuando el hospital abrió sus puertas en 1962, a un 80 por ciento en el 1962.

Congratulations to one of our fantastic fellows for her feature this month in @TCTMD. @doctornavjot is a superstar interventionalist in the making. #WIC #womenincardiology

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Are you living with brain or leptomeningeal metastases from breast cancer? Our partners at the @mbcalliance have created a new website, https://t.co/oGYoMygJhG, for finding essential resources and community. #metastaticbc #bcsm

Get a $5 bonus donation for Israel Children's Cancer Foundation when you join now and shop by 2/15! Earn more for Israel Children's Cancer Foundation everytime you shop! https://t.co/oW6PczJDP0 #iGiveDoYou

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Yosi Piamenta – Remembered by Musicians

Pioneers For A Cure joins together in remembering Yosi through the words of those closest to him; his fellow musicians. with…David Broza, Greg Wall, Frank London, Jon Madof, Aaron Alexander, Gary Lucas, Kohane of Newark, Brian Glassman & Shai Bachar Rabbi Greg Wall...

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Jay Stolar is an artist looking for a cure

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PFAC artists in Sephardic Music Festival!

The 8th Annual Sephardic Music Festival hits New York City December 8-15, and we’re very pleased that several Pioneers For A Cure artists will be taking part! The Sway Machinery, Hasidic New Wave and Zion80 (featuring members of Rashanim) will all take the stage...

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PFAC Artist Shay Gabso plays ATID benefit Dec. 2

Pioneers For A Cure artist and Israeli singing sensation Shay Gabso will perform at a benefit concert for the ATID Society of Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy on Sunday, December 2, 2012 at 7:30 pm. For more information about the concert, please visit jkha.org/atid In...

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PFAC Responds to Hurricane Sandy

Pioneers For A Cure / Joodayoh sprung into action when the big storm hit home and so many of us found ourselves without power, water or heat. Our attentions turned to elderly home-bound seniors in projects on NY’s Lower East Side. We enlisted our best stair-climbers...

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