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MMRF 5K Walk/Run: Boston  

Updated June 1st: Due to COVID 19 The MMRF 5K Walk/Run program has gone completely virtual for 2020!

Sign up to participate in our first-ever virtual MMRF Team For Cures Boston 5K Walk/Run on its NEW DATE Saturday September 19, 2020. If you have already registered stay tuned for updates from our team. We look forward to bringing this virtual event program to you! Please reach out to us at with any questions.


The national MMRF 5K Walk/Run program brings patients, caregivers, philanthropists, and the medical community together to raise critically needed funds and awareness for myeloma awareness. Since inception in 2001, the program has raised over $31 million to support the MMRF mission. 


Join nearly 30,000 participants across the country as they take action in the fight against multiple myeloma! 

Goal: $400,000

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Why We Participate
  • Run for Randy Los Angeles
  • Multiple MyeLlamas Philadelphia
  • Dana Turasky Chicago

    Dana and her sister Courtney participated and fundraised in the Chicago 5K to honor their mom who has been living with myeloma for 17 years. The sisters are motivated to fundraise because they have seen first hand what research and clinical trials can do. "The more research that's done gets us that much closer to a cure. I want so much for my mom to have a chance to be cancer free again. She's fighting, and we're racing for a cure." - Dana


About the MMRF Team for Cures 5K Walk/Run Program


The MMRF is laser focused on accelerating better, more precise treatments and to find a cure for every patient. 
By joining the MMRF Team for Cures you are taking action in the fight against multiple myeloma, which is the second most common blood cancer. 

Your Participation Truly Makes a Difference 

Funds raised through past events has enabled the MMRF to:


While the MMRF has made enormous progress, we still have much urgent research to do and cannot continue without your support. Please join us to fight multiple myeloma and make a meaningful impact on the lives of patients and their families!


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