At Indiana University Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, our sights are firmly set on finding a cure for multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer.
We are home to some of the top myeloma researchers in the world, and we’re closing in on the disease from multiple angles. Already, patients are living longer with fewer debilitating side effects. We want to push forward with research that allows patients to live with the certainty that their myeloma can be controlled – or even cured.
Leading the charge—and sometimes the pack of cyclists riding for a cure—is Rafat Abonour, MD, who goes to extraordinary distances for his patients.