Arizona Myeloma Network
Rating: 4.86 stars 35 35 reviews
20280 N 59TH Ave Ste 115 448 % Barbara B Kavanagh Glendale AZ 85308 USA
Living with Myeloma Conference Navajo Nation Cancer Awareness and Advocacy Program (CAAP) Cancer CaregiversTM
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I have been associated with Arizona Myeloma Network (AzMN) for the past 3 years. It truly is a grassroots charity that has gone above and beyond in the advocacy and resources it provides to cancer patients and families. AzMN has an annual Myeloma conference that brings together cancer patients, caregivers, scientists, researchers, physicians, social workers, and other healthcare professionals. Patients get to interact directly with world class Myeloma researchers and have access to educational and support resources. Additionally, AzMN has added caregiver seminars that teach caregivers how to take care of themselves while caring for loved ones. AzMN also provides cancer support resources to under served populations like the Navajo with it's annual Navajo Cancer Conference for All Cancers. Barbara Kavanagh, the CEO and Founder, works tirelessly to provide programs and outreach services to cancer patients and families. This is truly a top-notch nonprofit organization!
Working with Arizona Myeloma Network gives you an opportunity to work along side the CEO and Founder, which is a rare experience these days in which there are usually layers of management. You can also experience the passion which the Founder radiates on every single program. Donations no matter how small, mean a big deal to this organization and you will be thanked for your contribution. It is a pleasure to be associated with Arizona Myeloma Network.
AZ Multiple Myeloma Network is doing so much for the community. They act as connsummate professionals every time I interact with them. It is clear their hearts are in this 100% as they give so selflessly to organize each of their fundraisers, seminars, and conferences. They gather panels of top experts in their field to educate cancer caregivers and cancer patients, and they serve each patient and family member with individualized attention and care. I work for a well known and highly regarded not for profit healthcare agency, so believe me, I know what is involved with running a not for profit. Working for a not for profit takes great heart, great care, and great expertise to care for patients and their loved ones with compassion and excellence. AZMMN has all those qualities. It is evident to me AZMMN exists solely for the benefit of the community and the people it serves.
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