CHAMPIONS FOR MYELOMA CURES & CARE
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is a champion for myeloma patients, caregivers, survivors, and families. Despite advances in treatment in recent years, myeloma remains incurable, and not all patients have access to the latest therapies.
Together with our volunteers, patients, researchers, healthcare professionals, and supporters, we are determined to change the future of myeloma treatment and care. Our vision centers on driving new breakthroughs and cures, helping all myeloma patients access the care they need to survive and thrive, and addressing healthcare disparities that disproportionately impact underserved populations. See our Commitment.
Myeloma Services and Information
Myeloma Co-Pay Assistance
The LLS Multiple Myeloma Co-Pay Program provides up to $11,000 in assistance to support prescription medications related to treatment, treatment-related co-pays, co-insurance, deductibles, and/or insurance premiums. Funding is limited, so please call 877-557-2672 today.
Myeloma incidence is twice as high among Black Americans as white Americans, and Black patients are less likely to have access to timely, optimal treatment and care. Myeloma Link directly connects Black communities with trusted, free myeloma information and support, as well as treatment and care.
We offer free information booklets and guides for patients and caregivers that provide information about myeloma diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship.
Myeloma Research Commitment
LLS funds the most pioneering cancer research of our time and is taking new aim at myeloma.
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Free One-on-One Support
Our Information Specialists are master’s level oncology professionals who provide free, personalized assistance to patients, families and healthcare providers. Our Information Specialists offer guidance through cancer treatment, financial and social challenges, and give accurate, up-to-date disease, treatment and support information.
Clinical Trial Nurse Navigators
Our Clinical Trial Nurse Navigators are registered nurses with expertise in blood cancers who conduct comprehensive clinical trial searches and personally assist patients, parents and caregivers throughout the entire clinical trial process.
Our registered dietitian has expertise in oncology nutrition and provides patients, parents and caregivers with free nutrition consultations by phone or email.
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