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Traveling Multiple Myeloma Road

I was diagnosed on November 10, 2017 with Multiple Myeloma Kappa 17p Stage 3, a rare type of cancer that causes uncontrolled production of plasma cells, a type of white blood cell in the bone marrow.

July 3, 2018 I was informed that I was in remission after being on Zometa, Velcade and Revlimid for 9 months. Next week I find out what maintenance I will be on.

This has been for me a tough positive road I had to travel and look forward to traveling to the end.

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Comments

  • Ann Harper moderator
    5 months ago

    Having a positive attitude is so important. Looking toward the future and living each day to the fullest is the best thing we all can do. Good luck to you and thanks for sharing.

  • Elle Crofton moderator
    12 months ago

    Hi Socko,

    So glad to hear that you are in remission – that is fantastic.
    -Elle

  • Anthony Carrone moderator
    12 months ago

    Hi @socko, Thanks for sharing your story! Thats wonderful news! So glad to hear you have reached remission! What keeps you trucking down the road when you are experiencing the tough days? Warmly, Anthony (Team Member)

  • Socko author
    12 months ago

    Thank you. Every day is such a new experience.

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