The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation was constituted by identical twin sisters Kathy Giusti and Karen Andrews, after Kathy was diagnosed with multiple myeloma.
New York (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
4th September, 2012, US, Mitchell Vazquez supports the advance cancer research philanthropy of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. He is an active humanitarian, fully dedicated towards providing aid to the genuine causes of the region.
The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation was constituted by identical twin sisters Kathy Giusti and Karen Andrews, after Kathy was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. They have forged a courageous and dynamic approach to the methodology of cancer research. By overcoming previous pitfalls that held the industry back, the MMRF has propelled the frontier of multiple myeloma research to a new level. Essential to this approach are 4 ground-breaking initiatives that have revolutionized the way research and drug development are conducted. With these models, the MMRF can dramatically accelerate the pace at which lifesaving and new life-altering drugs can be brought to patients. The MMRF relentlessly pursues innovative means that accelerate the development of next-generation multiple myeloma treatments to extend the lives of patients and lead to a cure.
Mitch Vazquez, born in 1968, supported his education through scholarship, student loans and part time work. He is grateful for many positive influences on his life and does not take these influences for granted. To more about his other philanthropies log on to http://www.mitchellvazquez.com.