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Multiple Myeloma

Living My Life While Dealing with Multiple Myeloma
Patient StoriesMultiple Myeloma
Thomas Goode always worked out; when he felt an excruciating pain on his left side one day working out, he knew something was wrong and visited a surgeon. After terrible back pain months later and another x-ray and MRI, he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma.
Thank You CONQUER Magazine for a Great Article
Letters to the EditorMultiple Myeloma
Sally K. Koski, PhD, RN, expresses her gratitude to CONQUER magazine for the very informative article, “Multiple Myeloma: Navigating the First 90 Days,” which was featured in the April 2022 issue.
Targeting a Better Future for Patients with Multiple Myeloma
Multiple MyelomaPatient Stories
Christopher Greklek competed in Ironman races and was shocked when he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. He describes being in and out of remission repeatedly, citing a program seeking to improve patient options.
Contact a Myeloma Coach Through the Myeloma Crowd
Patient AdvocacyMultiple Myeloma
Sally Torgeson explains how a myeloma coach can help newly diagnosed patients with the vast array of information, emotional, and financial demands of this type of blood cancer.
Risk Status in Multiple Myeloma: Personalizing Your Care
Multiple Myeloma
Web Exclusives – May 19, 2022
Multiple myeloma is a relatively rare form of blood cancer that affects plasma cells, which are immune cells that produce antibodies.
Multiple Myeloma: Navigating the First 90 Days
Multiple MyelomaFrom Your Navigator
April 2022 Vol 8 No 2 – April 15, 2022
Nurse navigator and multiple myeloma expert Peg Rummel outlines the steps of dealing with multiple myeloma, including diagnostics, treatment planning, and barriers to care.
Drugs for Drugs for Multiple Myeloma
Multiple Myeloma
Find financial assistance programs available for multiple myeloma drugs.
Cancer Concerns Drift Away While I Focus on My Painting
Art TherapyMultiple Myeloma
December 2021 Vol 7 No 6 – December 22, 2021
While painting this beautifully realistic rendition of a Clam Shack in Cape Cod, Eddie Sutherland was able to step back, focus on his art, and forget his cancer concerns for a while.
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