Serving Madison, Southern Wisconsin and the greater multiple myeloma community

"Providing an opportunity for multiple myeloma patients and their loved ones to
come together to exchange information for mutual support, comfort, and friendship"

Multiple myeloma is the second most common blood cancer, and is considered a cancer of the immune system. It is currently considered incurable but is treatable. Multiple myeloma accounts for less than one percent of all cancers. If you are new to understanding multiple myeloma, it may be helpful for you to start with the links in the left column.

Note that multiple myeloma is very individual, and patients should discuss any changes with their physician. The information provided in this Web site is for educational purposes only.

Funding Treatments
Clinical Trials
At Home: Things To Do
Portable Medical History
or to receive information
Email Jayne at:
 Future Meetings

Please join us at one of our regular meetings or join the mailing list for our free monthly newsletter. Family members and friends are encouraged to participate as well. You will quickly find out you are not alone. We will help keep you informed of the latest Multiple Myeloma management information.

Next Meeting

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 3:30 - 4:30 PM.

Upcoming Speakers

See the current newsletter for information about:

Current newsletter, (PDF)

Upcoming Teleconferences or Webinars 

Upcoming Myeloma Crowd Community Events Click here to view all upcoming events:

July Virtual Meeting

Madison Multiple Myeloma Support Group monthly meeting
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.


Our virtual meetings will now be on the Zoom platform.

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Madison Myeloma Support Group Zoom Meeting

Meeting times will be in the newsletter as these Zoom invitations will be a reoccurring meeting format.

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Multiple Myeloma or Cancer News

Statins Reduce Mortality in Multiple Myeloma Patients

A Pretty Flower Toxic to Multiple Myeloma (Fumaria Officinalis also known as ‘earth smoke’)

Types of Multiple Myeloma

News... (including information from previous newsletters)

Upcoming conferences and teleconferences are listed below

Success and Celebrations

None currently listed


The annual Multiple Myeloma Patient and Caregiver Symposium

Save the date for 2021. Hopefully meeting in person next year on Saturday, August 21, 2021.


  Meeting Time and Location

  Meeting Time: Third Tuesday of Each Month
  3:30 – 5:30 PM
  UW West Clinic
  451 Junction Road
  Madison, WI

  Map and Driving Directions

  Conference room 1287
  Program: In general, speakers every second
  month, group discussion alternate months

  For more information:
  Jayne Schwartz

  Madison, Wisconsin Support Information

  Past Newsletters

  Gilda's Club of Madison

  Contact Us or Provide Suggestions

  Wisconsin Support Information

  Wisconsin Multiple Myeloma Groups

  National and International Organizations

  International Myeloma Foundation (IMF)

  Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® (LLS)

  Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF)


  IMF Advocacy Updates


  Trillium Fund (University of Wisconsin)

The Trillium Fund was established by our founding support group members to facilitate Multiple Myeloma research here in Madison at the Wisconsin Institute of Medical Research. If you or your family wish to donate or send a memorial to this program, checks can be made payable to the “UW Foundation – Trillium Fund” and sent to:

UW Carbone Cancer Center,
University of Wisconsin Foundation,
1848 University Ave, Madison, WI 53726

Donations may also be made online at:
(Trillium Fund in Multiple Myeloma Research – 112903576).

For any questions, please call (608) 264-5437 or email

  Black Swan Research Initiative

  Leukemia & Lymphoma Society