Together we can give more time

Together we can give more time

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Thank you

20,000 Australians live with multiple myeloma. There is no cure and their lives depend on a continuous, gruelling series of treatments.

Drawing on more than 105 years of medical research, WEHI scientists are working towards life-changing discoveries that will provide much needed relief to people with cancer.

Two of these world-leading teams are collaborating to understand the genetic and biological behaviour of multiple myeloma cells.

Professor Stephen Nutt’s team is working towards making more treatments available through large scale testing of chemical combinations that destroy myeloma cells. 

Associate Professor Edwin Hawkins and his team enable these treatments to be better, by combining cell biology and the latest microscopy technology to inform and target the treatments.

Your donation today will give more time to people with multiple myeloma, by enabling more effective treatments to be available.

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