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The UAMS Myeloma Center is the most comprehensive center in the world for research and clinical care related to multiple myeloma and related diseases, such as Castleman Disease and Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia.  Our team of leading scientists and clinicians has pioneered many advances that have become standards of care, leading to improved survival rates. The Myeloma Center is known for its “bench to bedside” approach, continually translating advances in the laboratory into breakthrough clinical treatments.

We are committed to

  • Accelerating curative therapies for multiple myeloma and related diseases through an integrated program of innovative research and high-quality, comprehensive patient care
  • Customizing care based on each patient’s genetic profile and risk factors for truly personalized treatment
  • Pushing the envelope of understanding and discovery to unravel the biology of multiple myeloma and maximize cure


  • Myeloma Center Staff Share Recent Discoveries at 2018 American Society of Hematology ConferenceMarch 11, 2019

    Clinical Trials

    More than 30,000 clinicians and researchers gathered at the American Society of Hematology Conference in San Diego, California, this past December. Several representatives from the UAMS Myeloma Center presented a total of 24 abstracts on our recent discoveries, including three prestigious oral presentations. Here are lay summaries of those presentations:  Personalized Therapy in Multicentric Castleman…

  • Nursing Student Interested in Research to Cycle for it via Ride for ResearchSeptember 11, 2018

    UAMS nursing student Bethany Reinbolt plans to ride the full 100 miles of the Myeloma Center's Ride for Research on Sept. 29 to support research

    UAMS nursing student Bethany Reinbolt, 31, was not familiar with myeloma before she read about the UAMS Myeloma Center’s Ride for Research set for Sept. 29.

  • Patient Finds Humor in Hairy SituationAugust 16, 2018

    Myeloma patient Eric Ruschky of Columbia, South Carolina, and his wife Mary are known for sharing humor through Eric's wigs and gratitude through Mary's homemade bread.

    Ruschky recently recounted his 2003 diagnosis of smoldering multiple myeloma, a precancerous form of the cancer of plasma cells in the bone marrow. “Turns out, I knew a brilliant one who lived down the street from me.”

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