The Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative is the HealthTree Foundation's scientific research funding program.
We identify key projects that we believe should receive grant funding and then partner with investigators to provide both data and financial resources to further their work.
We now have a key tool called HealthTree Cure Hub where in addition to funding we can contribute validated, anonymized myeloma patient data to further a myeloma researcher's work.
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What solutions are the most effective based on common multiple myeloma side effects like fatigue, neuropathy, GI issues, low white blood cells and others. In this Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative study, we will put data behind common side effects experienced by patients.
What is the impact of stem cell transplant in myeloma care and how is transplant being used in the community practice setting? Help support this important study to understand the role of transplant in the age of more myeloma therapies, when its best used for optimal patient outcomes, when tandem transplants are being best used and if it could be used as part of a curative strategy.
COVID-19 continues to affect multiple myeloma patients. In the remainder of 2020 and into 2021, we are continuing our COVID/myeloma study that has included over 1,100 patients to date. Please donate to this important project and join the study today.