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23 10, 2013

Dr. Paul Richardson this week; Dr. Craig Hofmeister next week

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Dana-Farber's Dr. Paul Richardson will be the featured guest on Thursday night's Myeloma Cure Panel broadcast.  And Ohio State's myeloma expert, Dr. Craig Hofmeister, will be joining us for our on-air multiple myeloma support group meeting next Tuesday. Click on the link below for the phone number to listen live via phone or on your

2 09, 2013

Special Labor Day broadcast with nutrition info for myeloma patients

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Don't forget to tune-in tonight at 6 PM Eastern to listen to my live interview with columnist Danny Parker.  You can listen by phone or on your computer.  Here's the link: Still time to email Priya your questions.  It will be a full, possibly life-changing hour of what to eat, not to eat and

21 08, 2013

Blog Talk Radio spotlights allo (donor) stem cell transplants

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Two important international Blog Talk Radio broadcasts coming up.  Tonight at 6 PM, catch stem cell transplant and myeloma expert, Dr. Ravi Vij and Anne Quinn Young, VP of Marketing with the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF).  The topic:  Pros and cons of using allogeneic (donor) transplants against multiple myeloma. You can listen-in by phone,

15 08, 2013

Allo (donor) stem cell transplants: Forgotten path to a cure?

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I wanted to give a shout-out to one of our regular readers.  Mark is a younger, allogeneic (donor) recipient and strong advocate for the procedure.  Mark, after all of this time I don't have your email.  Next Wednesday, I am participating on a Blog Talk Radio Panel about allos and would like your input/questions to

6 08, 2013

FREE legal aid for myeloma patients is available NOW!

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This month's Blog Talk Radio live on-air multiple myeloma support group featured Attorney Anya Prince from the Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC).  If you missed the broadcast, you can listen to my dear friends, fellow myeloma survivors Gary Petersen and Cindy Chmielewski, question Anna about navigating private medical insurance and the Social Security system in

27 07, 2013

Panel discussion featuring Dr. Shaji Kumar refreshingly frank and revealing

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Before I get started I wanted to share that my father, Ted Killingsworth, has passed-away.  He was surrounded by nearly a dozen family members.  They reassure me he was comfortable and quietly slipped-away.  I will post an obit sometime next week.  I will miss you, Dad! Thursday evening I participated in a Q & A

27 06, 2013

On-air support group meeting tonight!

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Our second monthly on-air Blog Talk Radio multiple myeloma support group meeting is tonight at 6 PM.  Fellow survivor and world famous tweeter, "Myeloma Teacher" Cindy Chmielewski, and co-group leader and caregiver, Sue VanDuyn, will be joining me to answer your questions.  Thursday's topic: Be Your Own Best Advocate: Becoming an Empowered Patient!   Here's the

25 06, 2013

Peripheral neuropathy? Dr. Berenson recommends alpha lipoic acid

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Don Baylor wasn't the only prominent guest on our Blog Talk Radio panel Thursday evening.  Myeloma specialist, Dr. James Berenson, joined-in and gave his two cents worth, too. I mentioned this weekend that Dr. Berenson assertively stated there is no solid evidence in medical literature supporting the claim that stress is bad for a cancer

22 06, 2013

One patient’s inspiration can be another’s frustration…

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Thursday evening's Blog Talk Radio broadcast took me on a wild, emotional roller coaster ride.  Not so much while we were on-air; you're too busy thinking about what to ask or answer next.  Preparing for the show, I thought I was going to be asking questions, along with co-hosts, myeloma survivor Matt Goldman, and CureTalk's