Did I happen to mention that I will be doing freelance writing for the International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) at this year’s ASH meetings in San Diego?
I’M VERY EXCITED!
I will be covering a variety of presentations and events, including poster presentations, panel discussions and interviews with internationally recognized clinicians and researchers who are focused on curing multiple myeloma.
My assignment is simple: Share news from ASH with you, my readers! I will be blogging on the IMF’s site–and here at Multiple Myeloma Blog.com.
I will also be posting a half dozen news briefs daily on my Myeloma News.com site.
I’m honored that the IMF would select me to do this important work!
I’m also exceptionally motivated. I’ve been hearing that this year’s American Society of Hematology meetings will feature more than a few bombshells–and I will be there to personally get you the news in real time, as it happens.
I fly to San Diego Friday, December 9th, to cover the IMF’s all important ASH kick-off event–a panel discussion featuring a half dozen of the world’s top myeloma docs. And I will be there until the meetings wrap-up the following Tuesday.
It doesn’t get any better than this, especially knowing my consolidation, post-SCT chemotherapy is working! Thank God for that!
Real myeloma news in real time from a patient’s perspective. I can’t wait to get started!
Feel good and keep smiling! Pat