THE HALTON-PEEL MYELOMA SUPPORT GROUP SERVING THE WEST GTA REGION
Read the latest Events, Research, and Development in Canada. ( changes include the addition of Building Resilience Webinar and time change for Medical Cannabis webinar )
New Webinars (which may require registration) include:
Jan 26 7:00pm: Update on COVID-19 and Myeloma in Canada
Feb 2 1:00pm: Latest Myeloma Research Updates from the ASH 2020 meeting
Feb 25 2:00pm: Building You Resilience During Challenging Times with Dr Brian Durie and Dr Susan Dunnett
Mar 9 4:00pm: Medical Cannabis in Clinical Oncology: Present and Future
Read the latest latest on Covid and Myeloma (and the vaccine) on the Myeloma Website
Below is the latest from Ontario Health in regards to the Vaccine and Cancer patients
Join us online, to virtually meet up with other Myeloma members and their caregivers. Topics will vary from meeting to meeting. Some meetings are specific (where we bring in experts) while others are simply to chat.
Online meeting will be on Mondays from 7:00pm-8:30pm(approx) using the Zoom App. Zoom ID will be forwarded to those registered. This can be done with almost any computer/phone device.
Email us for ID/password or if you require further instructions on ZOOM.
Upcoming 2021 Meeting Schedule:
Feb 9, 7:00pm - Wellspring Online ( https://wellspring.ca/online-programs/programs/all-programs/ )
Mar 9, 7:00pm - Dr Oren Cheifetz ( physiotherapist )
Apr 13, 7:00pm
May 11, 7:00pm - Eric Georgieff, ( Pharmacist at McKesson )
Jun 8, 7:00pm
Oct 12th, 7:00pm - Dr Hira Mian ( Hematologist @ Juravinski Hospital )
Questions? email: email@example.com
A video from Patient Power with three myeloma physicians following the 2020 American Society of Hematology Meeting (ASH)
Career Resilience with Jann Danyluk present video with Lisa Bowden - Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis and Uplifting Discussion
Wellspring Birmingham Gilgan House (Halton-Peel),
2545 Sixth Line, Oakville, Ontario L6H 7V9, Parking is Free.
2545 Sixth Line, Oakville, Ontario L6H 7V9, Canada
Nine scheduled meetings that provide the opportunity for sharing experiences, peer to peer support and time to socialize.
Guest presenters who are myeloma specialists and healthcare specialists. We also have interactive workshops.
Bring awareness to myeloma through outreach and fundraising activities, and advocate for patient issues including new treatments and research.