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It's 4:00am, I'm wide awake. I woke up at 3:30 and did some laundry and made coffee. The steroids mess with my sleep patterns, but I enjoy waking up this early. The house is so quiet...
Last night was fun, I worked at the food…Continue
I've got to stop seeing her, she gives me too much to think about, it makes my brain hurt. It was nice not knowing anything. If you get a stem cell transplant you have to spend 100 days away from home. I'm sure time in the hospital and…Continue
I kept ignoring the fact that I have MM. I did what the doctor said and just went on my way. When my doctor brought up a stem cell transplant, everything changed. You would have thought the diagnosis would have done it, or the spinal tumor,…Continue
Finding a new doctor can be difficult, and very scary. Being prepared can make the whole experience much easier on you, and on the new doctor. Remember that the doctor works for YOU, and if you are…Continue
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Myeloma or Multiple Myeloma is a cancer of the plasma cells which are responsible for producing antibodies. Abnormal cells accumulate in the bone marrow, which then results to the interference of the production of normal blood cells.
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Well, this is my first time posting. My name is Kelsey and my mom (Kim) was diagnosed this past Tuesday, April 30th, 2013. This has been the absolute hardest week of my entire life. My mother is only 48, she's so young and leads a relatively…Continue
All moderators and founders of Ben's Friends work very hard to keep spammers off the site, however their methods of applying for membership get more sophisticated each day. Just on this site, we must decline 25-50, maybe more, a day. There are…Continue
I just like to introduce myself and get some conversations going. I was diagnosed in November 2012 and have been on the MM emotional roller coaster ever since. I am on my 5th chemo cycle with no end in site as my numbers are going down slow. I would…Continue
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