Multiple Myeloma 101:
Senior Clinical Nurse from University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center to Speak at Local Cancer Group Meeting
Todd Milliron, Senior Clinical Nurse at the University of Maryland’s Greenebaum Cancer Center in Baltimore, will speak at the quarterly meeting the Chesapeake Multiple Myeloma Network (CMMN) on Saturday, November 7, at 4:00 PM in the first floor Meeting Rooms of the Shore Memorial Hospital’s Nick Rajacich Health Education Center (219 S. Washington St., Easton). The talk, Multiple Myeloma 101, is free and open to the public. Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the bone marrow and blood. Milliron’s talk will focus on important nursing practices and lessons that assist myeloma patients in coping with the disease. He also will provide a guide to key clinical terminology to help patients talk with their doctors and nurses.
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.
The Nick Rajacich Health Education Center is the brick building to the right of the Memorial Hospital main lobby entrance on Washington Street. Enter the Rajacich Center from Washington St. and take the first hallway on the right. Go through a set of double doors and Meeting Rooms A & B will be on your immediate left.
For further information about CMMN please contact Bob Kelly at 410-226-5345 or René Fuentes at: RRFuentes46@gmail.com