Deer Valley, AZ — The Arizona Myeloma Network (AZMN) will host its 8
th annual “Living with Myeloma” Conference on Saturday, March 22, from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the
Chaparral Suites Ballroom, 5001 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Ariz.

The free regional conference is open to all patients, caregivers, family, friends and health care
professionals who want to learn more about this rare and often misdiagnosed bone marrow cancer.

Each year, nearly 300 participants attend the dynamic “Living with Myeloma” Conference, which
provides cutting-edge information about the latest myeloma research and the newest and most exciting
therapies for myeloma cancer patients.

The conference details information about transplant therapy and other new treatment options, including
clinical trial opportunities. It also provides a unique opportunity for cancer constituents to share
knowledge and collaborate.

Registration is available online at On-site
registration at the conference is 8-9 a.m.

Free continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. Medical professionals may receive 5.75 CME

This year, the conference acknowledges Scottsdale’s recent establishment of its “Cure Corridor,”
which includes many top-tier healthcare providers and researchers assembled along and near Shea
Boulevard in the West’s Most Western Town.

“Our myeloma conferences have become an important opportunity for patients and families to learn
about this rare form of blood cancer and feel less alone,” says Barbara Kavanagh, Founder and
President of the Arizona Myeloma Network.