This is a new post we came across from a Myeloma patient in America called Arnold Goodman who also happens to be a medical doctor. It’s a story of the many ups and downs that Myeloma can cause for many patients who are living with it. It’s an interesting and challenging read.
“Last week marked the six-year anniversary of my diagnosis of multiple myeloma. The occasion was marked, not by a celebration, but by a trip to Boston to talk with Dr. Ken Anderson about the next step in my treatment.
“The last six years have been filled with ups and downs.
“As I am always reminded, myeloma is a very heterogeneous disease and behaves differently for everyone. Some people seem to have periods of very long responses to treatment and periods where the disease is well controlled. It seems that was never really the case for me.”
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