Detroit’s Myeloma Community
We are here to help
- Patients need education about the new drug therapies available and the quickly changing myeloma landscape.
- We are working to build a local myeloma community, which can support patients and caregivers.
- We see that there is disparity of care and access to treatments among patients, particularly in the Detroit area. We want to help bridge that gap.
- Furthermore, CMMC is committed to shedding more light on multiple myeloma, so that the public in general is better informed.
Bringing the myeloma community together is key to meeting these needs. That’s why Wine & Dine in the D was created. The evening kicks off with 90-minute educational roundtable discussion by some of the most prominent myeloma doctors in the country. Following this important educational panel, we host a “Wine & Dine” fundraiser, featuring delicious food and beverages from some of Detroit’s finest restaurants. All food and beverages are donated. It is an evening to educate about myeloma, raise funds for research and inspire.
Two of the top Myeloma doctors in Michigan have signed on to raise funds form multiple myeloma research by climbing to the Mt. Everest Base Camp & Kalapathhar in March 2018.
Wine & Dine in the D 2018 take place at the Westin Book Cadillac on Thursday, October 4. The Educational Roundtable begins at 5:00 p.m. with a discussion entitled “New Breakthroughs in Myeloma Treatment,” led by esteemed multiple myeloma specialists.
Dr. Ajai Chari
Associate Professor Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York
Dr. Craig Emmitt Cole
Assistant Professor, Hematology & Oncology, University of Michigan
Dr. Joan Levy
Vice President of Research, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
Dr. Michael Lill
Director, Stem Cell and Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Cedars-Siani Hospital, Los Angeles
Dr. Jeffrey Margolis
President of Michigan Healthcare Professionals, P.C., Professor, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
Dr. Jeffrey Zonder
Associate Professor of Medicine and Oncology, Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University School of Medicine
Then, at 6:30 p.m., the “wining and dining” will take over the entire fourth floor and feature cuisine from some of Metropolitan Detroit’s finest restaurants, wine and craft beer from top wineries and breweries, live music performed by local jazz musicians Ursula Walker and Buddy Budson, a wine pull and silent auction. We invite the myeloma community to come together for this important educational (and fun!) event. Multiple Myeloma patients are admitted for free.
We hope you will join us for Wine & Dine in the D 2018!
Please see ticket and sponsorship information here. Myeloma patients receive complimentary tickets.
Cure Multiple Myeloma is a 501(c)(3) corporation which was established to educate myeloma patients and caregivers in the Metro Detroit area, provide a community of support, and to raise funds for myeloma research.