The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) helps accelerate the development of next generation multiple myeloma treatments to extend patient’s lives, and lead to a cure. MMRF brings treatment to multiple myeloma patients 60% faster than the average through collaboration with best in class partners in the US and Internationally. In the process, we are changing the way cancer research is conducted. MMRF, a 501(c)(3), is the number one private funder of multiple myeloma research in the United States.
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The model we have created for drug discovery and development is revolutionary. It brings multiple myeloma treatments to trial 60% faster than average. It has resulted in 10 multiple myeloma drugs receiving FDA approval in the time it normally takes for one. Through the power of new technology, genomics and immunology, it has extended lives that would have been lost to multiple myeloma yesterday. And it is accelerating all the time. Learn how we are doing it.