If a tree falls in the forest--and no one hears it--did it fall at all? If I'm on the cover of Healthmonitor Magazine promoting multiple myeloma awareness--and I can't find the article or cover shot online--did anyone read it? I remember doing a brief phone interview seven or eight months ago, answering some follow up
Here's a "shout-out" to our friends north of the border. Isn't this cool? Myeloma Canada says patients, families and friends unite across Canada in September to raise awareness of myeloma, and highlight the important advances being made in treatment --11 Communities across Canada to Take Part in Multiple Myeloma Marches during Blood Cancer Awareness Month--
There is a nationwide cancer awareness campaign designed to try and help reach and educate people of color in this country. I was aware that one of the strategies involved includes trying to reach African Americans through community churches and ministers. This is the first national program I am aware of--co-promoted by a pharmaceutical company--to
March is multiple myeloma awareness month. Today I am making an appearance in Lakeland, Florida to help promote myeloma awareness. I will be on the second floor of the Center For Cancer Care – Watson Clinic, 1730 Lakelandhills Blvd on the second floor from noon until 1:30. Lakeland is located between Tampa and Orlando just
Did you know March is Multiple Myeloma awareness month? I wouldn't have known if I wasn't helping promote myeloma awareness today at the Watson Clinic Center for Cancer Care in Lakeland, Florida.Nice people and lots of patients. The free cookies really draws them in!The event is being sponsored by Millennium, the company that manufactures Velcade.
Yesterday I wrote about a dear friend, Loren Liedl, who recently died from complications caused by his multiple myeloma. Loren was the only multiple myeloma patient I knew before I was diagnosed—we served on the Arnell Memorial Humane Society Board of Directors together . I remember Loren announcing to the Board that he needed to