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Cancer Legal Resource Center

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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

12 06, 2013

Myeloma Updates: Revlimid, Social Security Disability assistance and a fond farewell

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This headline on a well known medical website made me laugh: From ASCO – Revlimid May be Effective for Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma Really?  Docs have been prescribing Revlimid to their newly diagnosed patients since late 2006!  But the keystone novel therapy has never been officially approved for use in new patients by the FDA. 

29 04, 2013

Free medical related legal assistance available to us through Cancer Legal Resource Center

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A few months back our Cure Talk sponsored Myeloma Cure Panel featured Cancer Legal Resource Center attorney Anya Prince.  Priya Menon posted a follow-up interview with Anya that I have been saving to share with you: ‘Easily Accessible Legal Information Improves Quality of Outcome for Patient Survivorship’ – CureTalk In Conversation With Anya Prince, Staff

20 03, 2013

Finally some answers! Cancer Legal Resource Center’s Anya Prince

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This month's myeloma Cure Talk panel discussion is tonight at 6 PM.  That's a week earlier than last month.  I'm excited about the focus tonight.  An attorney that specializes in labor-related and Social Security Disability matters, Anya Prince, will be our guest.  I know many of you have questions about how your diagnosis affects your