The International Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia Foundation (IWMF) is a patient-founded and patient-led, nonprofit organization dedicated to a simple but compelling vision: Support everyone affected by Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia (WM) while advancing the search for a cure. Since WM is a rare disease, the IWMF relies upon individuals for financial support and upon volunteers to do much of its work. Anyone can become a member of the IWMF – to learn how, Join Us. With the IWMF you are never alone.

Watch On Demand Video from the 5th International Patient-Physician Forum.

 IWMF Annual Forum in Philadelphia

IWMF's Educational Forum was held in Philadelphia, June 7-9, 2019. The forum agenda includes topics on Current Treatment Options, The Financial Side of Cancer, and Understanding Your Blood Test Results. Lab Tests Online will provide resource materials to help patients navigate the testing process and better understand test results.

View Presentations from the meeting.

Next Year's meeting is being held Renton, WA (near Seattle)June 5-7. Learn more.

 IWMF's Six Invaluable Services:

  • Information from our website and our publications written in a patient-friendly way to promote understanding of our rare disease
  • Education at our annual Educational Forum to help patients and caregivers learn about our disease from WM researchers and clinicians
  • On-going updates about WM and the IWMF sent through our quarterly Torch newsletter and our NEWS releases
  • Peer support from others who’ve been where you are
  • Information for medical professionals who may have limited experience with our rare disease
  • Research directed to better treatments while we search for a cure
This article waslast modified on July 29, 2019.