I need to delay my previously scheduled post so I can reach those of you that may be interested in applying for myeloma related financial assistance in 2013. Make this common mistake in January and it could cost you a thousand dollars or more!
Wednesday I asked long-lived myeloma survivors to email me with advice for newly diagnosed patients. I have received a number of inspiring responses so far.
Thanks to all who took the time to “like” the My Cancer Store wall. Next, I wondered if I could ask our long-lived myeloma survivors to help me with a project I’m working on. Let me explain.
I ran this post for the first time last spring. Despite all of the unexpected ups and downs, Pattie and I are continuing plan for the future.
I ran this post for the first time back in April. As I begin to feel better–and become optimistic about the prospects of my short term survival–Pattie and I are back to creatively planning for the future.
My new book, New Multiple Myeloma Therapies from a Patient’s Perspective, is officially available today!
My publisher contacted me to let me know that my new book, New Multiple Myeloma Therapies from a Patient’s Perspective, will be available in 10 days.
Today is a proud day for me. The first print run of my second book, Stem Cell Transplants from a Patient’s Perspective, has been shipped by the publisher.
It is becoming more and more difficult to find books about cancer which are relevant and up-to-date, don’t you think?
I’m excited to announce that this year’s updated edition of my book, Living with Multiple Myeloma, is now available to download on your Nook, Kindle or smart phone.
Living with Multiple Myeloma is the book I wrote last year about my struggle with multiple myeloma. It is available, at a 15% discount, if you order online. Simple click on the My Cancer Store in the box on the right side of this page. The book is intended to help myeloma patients and their […]