Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month and the world renowned Myeloma Specialists Dr. Hofmeister and Dr. Jan Moreb are providing a FREE second opionion  

Multiple Myeloma – Save Yourself!!!!  Dr. Hofmeister, of The James Cancer Center at Ohio State University, as part of Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month, has offered to provide a free second opinion over the phone to a worthy myeloma patient anywhere in the world.  As I have stated time and time  again a multiple myeloma specialist can double and triple your life expectancy and survival rate.   All that is required is that your provide an email to outlining the reasons you might have a need of a second opinion from a multiple myeloma specialist.  We will then determine the patient  most in need.  That it all that is required.  Once you have been chosen we will require that you forward all of your required test results to Dr. Hofmeister for his review.   If I find that there is a siginificant need I will pay Dr. Hofmeister from my own pocket for one additional second opinion to help “SAVE LIFE”.  Dr. Jan Moreb of The Shands at the University of Florida has also generous in providing a consult.  Dr. Moreb’s myeloma program has shown exceptional life expectancy and survival rates.   Any other people who would like to contribute can contact me as well.


Dr. Craig Hofmeister has been a member of the Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at The James since 2006. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Brown University and his Medical Degree from The Ohio State University.  He completed his internship, residency and fellowship training at Loyola University Medical Center and Loyola Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center in Illinois. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology, his clinical and research interests include multiple myeloma and blood and marrow transplantation.  Dr. Hofmeister is an assistant professor of Internal Medicine at Ohio State University Medical Center.


Dr. Jan Moreb – Professor Bone Marrow Transplant Program, University of Florida, Department of Medicine. Dr Moreb is a physician scientist and is board certified in Internal Medicine and
Hematology.  He is well published with a focus on multiple myeloma 
and stem cell transplantation. He is a member of many medical 
societies including the American Society of Hematology, the 
American Association for Cancer Research, and the American 
Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation.  His program at 
the University of Florida was nicely presented in an article you can read if you just CLICK HERE. His training includes:
MD – Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel
Internship – Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel
Hematology Residency – Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel   
Resident and Chief Resident(Internal Medicine) – Shaare-Zedek University Hospital, Israel
Oncology Hematology Fellowship –  University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL

Thank you Dr. Hofmeister and Dr. Moreb for your generous donations.  Dr. Hofmeister’s exact donation is even better for anyone who may be able to visit his facility in Columbus, Ohio.  Dr. Hofmeister states: ” Happy to review someone’s records and talk with them by phone as a second opinion.  If they come to Ohio State for a 2nd opinion, there insurance will be billed for the labs, the nurse’s time, etc.  That said if the patient has no resources, we see patients without insurance and have social workers that will handhold the patient through medicaid and all that “

Dr. Moreb’s response to my request was ” I will be happy to participate.  Thank you for doing this.”   Dr. Moreb, we thank you for your selfless generosity!

However, if you are not chosen, you can still get a second opinion on line from Dr. Hofmeister for  a very reasonable price if you go to the web site: .  Consults on this site are very reasonably priced and run from $100 to $250 for a 20 minute consult.  A consult  with Dr. Hofmeister could  just SAVE LIFE! Maybe yours! 

And as always, may God Bless your multiple myeloma jouney /Gary Petersen