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Jennifer Ansier

Jennifer Ansier

Hi All!

I am 'back at it"! This time, headed to the end of the earth - Patagonia!

I will be participating in the Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma (MM4MM) Alumni program in November 2019 by completing a challenging SIX DAY trek that will take us on a journey through the incredible landscape of Patagonia in South America. Why? To raise funds and awareness for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF).

I’m doing this trek because in 2006 I was diagnosed with a cancer I had never even heard of, multiple myeloma. To say my life changed is an understatement. The good news is that I'm still here. I've taken a few punches though... 2 autologous stem cell transplants, loads of chemo and steroids plus infections and many, many emotional days. But I'm currently one of the lucky ones. And it's largely due to the new drugs that have come out over the last ten years. Now I want to help find a cure.

To date MM4MM has raised over $2 million with patients, caregivers, family members, doctors, clinicians and others taking on epic challenges and reaching out to their circle of support. 100% of those funds go to the MMRF, thanks to our sponsors, Amgen and Celgene.

I will be hiking in Argentina with some of the most incredible people I have had the honor to know: Fourteen "Alumni" MM4MM team members who want to take on another trek as a way to raise research funds and who won't stop until there is a cure.

We'll be trekking through the valleys, peaks, and glaciers. I pledge to raise at least $10,000 for the MMRF. Training for this event is a big challenge, but nothing compared to the challenges faced by patients with multiple myeloma.

Multiple myeloma is the second most common form of blood cancer and, though much progress has been made, myeloma still has one of the lowest five-year relative survival rates of all cancers.

I'm proud to be part of the ACTION that is helping fund and fuel important research: Thanks to the important work of the MMRF and our partners, the FDA has approved TEN new treatments in the time that it usually takes for ONE new drug to come to market. And there are 2-3 more treatment options right around the corner.

This is so important because there are 12 different types of multiple myeloma, and because myeloma is a cunning disease which morphs through treatment, meaning patients often need new treatment options when they relapse.

The MMRF is one of the most highly regarded cancer foundations in the world. An outstanding 90% of the total MMRF budget goes directly towards research and related programming. The MMRF is in the top 1% of all charities, having earned Charity Navigator’s 4-star rating for the past twelve years in a row.

Please support my participation in the Patagonia Alumni Trek benefiting the MMRF. I have made a commitment to raise at least $10,000 and I will need your help to get there. More importantly, patients need these funds to extend their lives while we get closer and closer to a cure.

Please contribute whatever you can. It all adds up!

Jen Ansier

**Want to double your impact - inquire if your company matches your charitable donations and submit your donation information through your company's portal or HR to receive a match! Forward me your confirmation email and I can get your match added to my fundraising total!


raised of $10,000 goal


1. MMatching Gift-Taylor
2. TOTodd Onderdonk
3. EErin Calufetti
4. LTLesley Taylor-Hughes
Thinking of you! xx
5. KAKay Arnold
I’m so proud of you, Jen!
6. TSTom Seidell
Good luck Jen! You and Magnus are going to kill it!

moving mountains for multiple myeloma partners