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Carole P. – East Norwich, NY

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I visited my primary care for a routine blood test, and he discovered that I was anemic. Since I was never anemic before, he referred me to a hematologist/oncologist because I think he suspected something serious was going on. Thank goodness he did because it turned out I had an IGA of almost 5000. I […]

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Carolyn A. – Putnam Station, NY

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My husband was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in November of 2012. He had been feeling poorly for awhile – back and shoulder pain and very tired. It took three doctor visits before his primary physician listened to his concerns and did blood work. At that point his primary recommended that he see a hematologist. Before […]

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Karen R. – Corning, NY

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I was diagnosed on Dec. 22, 2003 when I was 50. It was truly a shock as I had no symptoms and had never heard of Multiple Myeloma. I went to the oncologist in the clinic in our small rural Pennsylvania town. He had never treated a MM patient and gave me a very gloomy […]

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Debra S. – Westbury, NY

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I was diagnosed in 1996 at the age of 36. I was very young at the time to be diagnosed with MM. I had just had my second child and a portion of my back kept feeling numb. I thought it was from holding the baby. I went to the doctor and after an xray […]

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Rosalie – Staten Island, NY

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My Husband was diagnosed in Dec, 23, 2011 that was our Christmas present finding out he had this rare form of cancer Mulitple Myeloma IGa …He had very bad back pain in previous months and finally his MD decided to take a special test and it was confirmed he had 4 fractures in his spine […]

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