I'm sorry that I haven't been more responsive to reader's comments on the blog, Facebook and Email. Pattie and I just completed another "never a dull moment" series of flight delays on our way to Madison, Wisconsin to see the University of Wisconsin play the Iowa Hawkeyes Saturday. I've been having trouble getting Pattie
Wednesday I drove back to Tampa to visit my old support group, and promote my Beach Party in March. A dozen or so members plan to party with us! As I closed my remarks, someone in the group asked me this: "Why do you need fly all the way to Iowa for a second opinion?
I'm listening to the broadcast I recommended to you yesterday, featuring Dr. Robert Orlowski from M.D. Anderson. The news is encouraging. I'm more determined than ever to hold on and live long enough to benefit from exciting new immunotherapies. Might they save my life? Dr. Orlowski is hopeful that not only elotuzumab, but daratumumab, will
It's easy to say my goal is to stick around until another new therapy comes along. But how? What's my plan? Access to the best new immunotherapies are still a couple of years away--and I'm running out of options. I revisited the concept on Friday: There should be a therapy road map for late stage