She is a 38-year-old stay-at-home mom to the World’s Cutest Kid, and she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in November 2005. This is a chronicle of her adventures in mommyhood, cancer survival, and everything in between.
This blog is about Susan’s life journey with Multiple Myeloma and Type 1 insulin-dependent diabetes. She was diagnosed with MM on March 22, 2011 ad have been living with diabetes since February 1987. A motto to live by comes from the Japanese: “Fall down seven times, get up eight. ‘ Her family, friends, and faith support her each time she gets up.
She started blogging 2003, soon after she learned she had myeloma. She found that blogging really gave her a sense of power over her condition. She strongly recommends that anyone with a serious health challenge consider blogging.
This blog is series of journal entries from Then and Now. Then = July 2007 and Now = July 2012. In July 2007 Brenda went through a stem cell transplant for bone marrow cancer. Now five years later she wants to share that journey and show that there is life after the awfulness of the treatment for Myeloma.
Cindy started this Blog October 13, 2007 at that time she was 52 years old. She was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Igg October 2005. If you are a fellow MMr, she hopes this blog is helpful to you. Sometimes we’re similar and often not so alike, but it still helps. We’re not in this alone!
Carole Leigh lives in Washington State who is a retired first grade teacher. In January of 2010, she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a blood cancer, and she began a long journey to remission.
Kristine is a mother of five and preschool teacher, started her blog ‘How to Move a Mountain’ in November of 2008, less than a month after her diagnosis with multiple myeloma. She was 45 years old at the time of diagnosis.
Julie and her daughter went for their annual check-ups in October 2009. Surprisingly Julies’ routine blood tests revealed extreme Anemia. In December 2009, she was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma.
Scott was diagnosed with multiple myeloma on December 2005.
Pat and Pattie are both cancer survivors. Pat was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in April 2007 at the age of fifty-one. Pat’s wife was first diagnosed with cancer in 1996. She is a cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer survivor.
Margaret is a U.S. citizen, married to an Italian, and lives in Florence, Italy. In 1999, she was diagnosed with Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance or MGUS. Her MGUS progressed to Multiple Myeloma, in late 2005.
In 2008, Phil was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. He blogs about his treatments and journey with cancer.
Blogs by, about, and for people who live with myeloma.
I have been running for thirteen years, and I enjoy everything about it. In 2003 I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a blood cancer with no cure. In 2008 doctors discovered that the myeloma was attacking my bones, but we are attacking it back, successfully so far. Running is a part of that, as well as a celebration of life.
Nick was diagnosed with stage l Multiple Myeloma in November 2008. He created this blog so that he, and others, can track the progress of his multiple myeloma and his efforts to combat it.
In 2008, Lori’s husband, Dave, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. She blogs about being a caregiver to someone living with cancer.
Sarah’s Myeloma Blog – Myeloma, a cancer caused by plasma cell growth in bone marrow
Sara has a husband Bob and two children, and is a teacher. She was 54 when she was diagnosed with Myeloma in December 2007.