The following post was written by Harvey Schwartz, MMORE Executive Director. In 2005, 22-year-old Sarah Kaufmann-Fink was diagnosed with multiple myeloma (MM), a relatively rare blood cancer. Her aspiration to make a difference in the world by working in developing nations was suddenly disrupted by the awful news that her life expectancy may be 2 to 4 years.&nbsp; She underwent chemotherapy, radiation and a stem cell transplant. Fortunately, Sarah &mdash; a nurse and the mother of a baby girl &mdash; is in remission. However: There is no cure for MM. MM has a high recurrence rate. The number of people diagnosed with MM continues to rise. Sarah&rsquo;s parents, Nancy Kaufmann and Steve Fink, along with friends and family, began a journey for the multiple myeloma community by initiating MMORE: Multiple Myeloma Opportunities for Research &amp; Education. The goals are to raise money to support cutting-edge MM research, educate the public about this disease, and empower patients, families and research teams to accelerate discoveries. There is something we all can do as a community to help foster MM research discoveries: Participate in the family-friendly, community-wide MoveMMORE 5K/1-Mile Run/Walk on Saturday, June 4, at Wolfe Park, 105 Park Drive in Columbus. Registration and check-in will open at 7:30 a.m.; the run/walk will start at 8:30 a.m. Visit www.mmore.org and click on the MoveMMORE 5K/1 Mile Run/Walk Columbus banner to register and create your fundraising page. Invite friends, family and co-workers to support your participation. Proceeds will go directly to MM research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center &ndash; James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. For more information, contact MMORE at 1-888-486-4240 or by email at email@example.com.&nbsp; You can also donate directly to the MMORE for Multiple Myeloma Research Fund at the OSUCCC &ndash; James.