Are you over 70 years of age? Have an interesting story to share as a patient and/or caregiver? If so, I would like to hear from you. WE would like to hear from you! One of our regular readers--and a contributor to my third book--researcher and fellow myeloma patient, Gary Blau, made one heck of
One of my readers, PK, forwarded me this inspirational video of a commercial in Taiwan earlier this week:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vksdBSVAM6g&feature=player_embeddedCheck it out! It will help you feel good and keep smiling! Pat
Reflections From A Caregiver: "In this cancer community of survivors, how do we promote the power of positive thinking and not leave behind those who’s treatments are failing to impact the disease?"
I have been e-mailing back and forth with a caregiver named Kate. She originally contacted me about an article I wrote last week, An Ambiguous Multiple Myeloma Maintenance Therapy Study Is Still Worth A Look. As I often do, I was commenting on one of the numerous research studies I often read. Here is the
More About Multiple Myeloma Patients Who Have Gone On To Live Normal & Inspirational Lives: Sometimes Things Don’t Work Out Like We Plan
One year ago, I met a large, strong, outgoing multiple myeloma patient named Elijah Alexander. Elijah was helping Millinnium Pharmaceuticals form a Patient Advisory Board. My first impressions of Elijah were overwhelming. He lit up a room when he walked in. His presence was undeniable—not just because he was a former NFL linebacker and a