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Valerie Kane | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Valerie Kane | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

“When I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in March 2008, my local oncologist recommended that I come to UAMS for treatment. I’ve been in remission since a few months after I arrived. Over the years, I’ve met people who started treatment elsewhere and were told that nothing else could be done. Then they came here. […]

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Frances Egelanian | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Frances Egelanian | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

“I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 1998. Having cancer has made my faith stronger. I look to God first and then to my doctor. When you’re facing a cancer diagnosis, you have to have hope and faith. You also need to think of the future. That has always helped me. Suffering isn’t always the […]

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Donald Blaylock | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Donald Blaylock | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

“I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in December 1998. Myeloma, for me, was a total game changer. All of my priorities changed. Some became more in focus, while others started to fade away in importance. It will forever cause me to be even more deeply involved in the things I believe are most important in […]

Marge Sabata | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Marge Sabata | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

“When you face a cancer diagnosis, it’s very important to have a strong support system in your family, your friends and your medical community. I have a positive attitude and believe in the Lord and the powerful hands at UAMS. You just have to take life one day at a time, become patient and tolerant, […]

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Claudia Jessup | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Claudia Jessup | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Jon Richards, husband of myeloma survivor Claudia Jessup, drew this illustration of her Seed of Hope token ceremony. “I had multiple myeloma, and I have been in complete remission since my second transplant in September 2005. This experience with cancer has exacerbated my appreciation of the fact that one has to truly enjoy every single […]

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Jeff  Kriezelman | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Jeff Kriezelman | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

“Having cancer brought me closer to my family. The value of everything changed. I see that life is fragile, just hanging by a thread. Friends and family will stay the most valuable things in my life. The Jewish community back at home was so supportive. I had people from home fly down to Arkansas for […]

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Beverly Rice | Myeloma Survivor

Beverly Rice | Myeloma Survivor

“The faith that I’ve always had in God has made me see that He’s going to take care of me. My faith and especially my grandchildren — I’ve got six of them — have kept me going. I’m anxious to get over the fatigue and the nausea and so I can go to the water […]

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Jim Denby | Multiple Myeloma

Jim Denby | Multiple Myeloma

First signs – Oct/Nov 1999. Worst time – Oct/Nov 2000. “CRITICAL” date – Oct/Nov 2004. I am still above the ground!!!!!!!!! YOW-ZA YOW-ZA!!!!!!!!!!! There IS HOPE. Jim Related Cancer Survivor Stories Valerie Kane | Multiple Myeloma Survivor Frances Egelanian | Multiple Myeloma Survivor M. Walter Levine | Cancer Survivor Donald Blaylock | Multiple Myeloma Survivor Marge […]

Paula Campa | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Paula Campa | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

In Dec 2010, I really didn’t know what kind of cancer I had. I only knew I was in terrible back pain and had little if any desire to get up out of bed. If it was not for my husband and children, I probably would’ve accepted a more conservative treatment to controlling this awfully […]

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Bob Mills | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

Bob Mills | Multiple Myeloma Survivor

“This is the only place you need to go if you are diagnosed with myeloma. I’ve met people from several states and countries since I started coming here in June 2010. I was 56 years old when I was diagnosed and had worked for the past 40 years. I could count on one hand the […]