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Bryant C. – Coppell, TX

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I had my first tumor in 2003 at 33 years old. I had the worst and best week of my life in March of 2003. On a Friday, I took my 8 hour professional engineering licensure exam, On the following Tuesday, I found out that I had one solitary tumor, not multiple, and on that […]

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Jan – Hitchcock, TX

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I was diagnosed in January of 2007 at the age of 53. I had always been interested in health and fitness. I ate a healthy diet and exercised regularly. My back started hurting, but where it hurt, I thought I had just pulled a muscle. My degree is in Occupational Therapy and I was working […]

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Grace W. – Greenville, TX

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I didn’t suspect that I was sick with an incurable disease. I mentioned I had a backache and was tired, but I was a nurse on the night shift so I didn’t think anything of it. Routine lab work revealed an elevated total protein, which led to a series of labs and finally a bone […]

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Nikki – Houston, TX

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My Husband was diagnosed in August 2012 with stage 3b Multiple Myeloma. Earlier that year, my husband had been starting to feel really crummy, extremely tired and his body hurt all the time, especially his feet. (He compared it to feeling like having the flu constantly)He’s a pretty big guy and used to work out […]

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Amy K. – Abilene, TX

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Last year we watched as my mom complained about her hips being sore for several months. She went to her regular doctor who X rayed her hip, saw nothing but recommended she see an orthopedic doctor. The pain in her hips got better but then her shoulder began to hurt. At 61 years old it […]

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