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ASH as seen through the eyes of myeloma survivor Cindy Chmielewski

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ASH as seen through the eyes of myeloma survivor Cindy Chmielewski

My good friend, retired teacher Cindy Chmielewski, was one of the myeloma patients I worked with at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) in Atlanta in December.  She put together a wonderful pictorial of our whirlwind 5 days that I would like to share with you.

Here are a few pictures from ASH as seen through the Cindy’s eyes:

ASH 1

ASH 17

ASH 4

ASH 8
Cindy’s travelogue features 18 different frames, including written descriptions and recollections of the event.  Unfortunately, my site platform wouldn’t allow me to download text.  That’s why there are blank beige boxes in some of the shots.  And there is way too much for me to try and duplicate here.  This must have taken hours and hours for you to have put this wonderful project together, Cindy.  Click-on the link below to see and read all about it:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/gjhggtzyoqaa5ul/ASH12%20Atlanta%20%281%29.ppt

Cindy if fun, smart and so creative.  Too bad she was forced into early retirement by our insidious cancer.  But it’s great to see she is still able to give-back and help raise multiple myeloma awareness.  Thanks, Cindy!

Feel good and keep smiling!  Pat