Support for your journey is within reach.

Connect with a Mentor from My Mentor Connections by registering online or over the phone today.

I’m grateful for the myeloma community – the encouraging people and stories, and the positive influences that helped me.”

–Patricia C., patient and Mentor

MENTORS ARE READY TO HELP

Anyone who’s had cancer will tell you that some of the best guidance comes from those who've been through similar experiences. Your healthcare team, and your friends and family, provide support during the good times and the bad. My Mentor Connections was designed to offer another source of support for you and your caregiver in navigating life with multiple myeloma. Our Mentors are patients and caregivers, like you, and are ready to become part of your support team today.

WHY MY MENTOR CONNECTIONS IS IMPORTANT.

My Mentor Connections is here to support and encourage you in your journey with multiple myeloma. Mentors are patients and caregivers who devote their time to answer questions and provide support to you as a patient, caregiver, friend, or family member over the phone.

WHAT MENTORS ARE HERE FOR

You can share what's on your mind; learn how Mentors managed life before, during, and after treatment; or even share a funny experience for a needed pick-me-up. You'll have access to a dedicated, inspiring group of people who want to make a positive difference also affected by Multiple Myeloma, and look forward to helping you navigate your journey.

EXPLORE PEOPLE'S JOURNEYS

How you navigate your journey living with multiple myeloma with your family and healthcare team is personal. Hear about others’ experiences with the challenges and opportunities they have faced.

RESOURCES FOR YOU

Get access to helpful education, resources, and tools that can help you feel more empowered across your multiple myeloma treatment journey. Resources available to you range from disease information and financial assistance to speaking about cancer and learning how to understand your lab tests.

I remember thinking that I’d led a great life, but there was so much I hadn’t done yet. And that’s when it hit me: this is my journey. It is what I make of it. This became my battle cry.”

–Matt H., patient and Mentor