The Chesapeake Multiple Myeloma Network Group

Welcome to the Chesapeake Multiple Myeloma Network Group.  If you are living with Multiple Myeloma, you need not be alone. You'll find others whose experience can be a source of strength, hope, and inspiration. If you are a caregiver or caring friend, your needs will be addressed with programs sensitive to your particular needs. We invite you to join us and to benefit from a wealth of knowledge, comfort, friendship, and good times.

We meet quarterly the first Saturdays of February, May, August and November from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. unless otherwise announced on this page.

August Meeting

Understanding Clinical Trials: Key Concepts and Questions for Your Doctor:    

 University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center Nurse to Speak at Eastern Shore

Multiple Myeloma Group Meeting

 

Nurse Emily Lederer of the University of Maryland’s Greenebaum Cancer Center   will speak at the quarterly meeting of the Chesapeake Multiple Myeloma Network (CMMN) on Saturday, August 6th at 4:00 PM in the Large Conference Room of the Eastern Shore Conservation Center (114 S. Washington St., Easton). The talk, Understanding Clinical Trials: Key Concepts and Questions for Your Doctor, is free and open to the public. Nurse Lederer, study director for several multiple myeloma clinical trials at Greenebaum, will discuss a variety of basic concepts and topics related to clinical trials as well as helpful questions for cancer patients and their families to have in mind when discussing entering a clinical trial with their physician.  Nurse Lederer’s presentation should also be of interest to those experiencing other blood cancers other such as leukemia and lymphoma.  

The Chesapeake Multiple Myeloma Network (CMMN) is an informal eastern-shore group of individuals affected by multiple myeloma.  Its mission is “to provide ongoing resources of information, support, shared experiences, and hope for persons with multiple myeloma, their families, and friends.” CMMN’s meetings last about an hour and a half.

Parking is available in the Conservation Center’s Washington St. lot and on Washington St. itself. The Center is handicapped accessible. For further information about CMMN please contact Bob Kelly at 410-226-5345 or René Fuentes at:   RRFuentes46@gmail.com   

 

Meetings are held at:

Eastern Shore Conservation Center
Large Conference Room
114 S. Washington St.
Easton, MD 21601

 

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