When I was in hospital recently for my myeloma lytic lesion right Femur rodding and lytic lesion right femur fracture LINK I was bed ridden.I could not use or put weight on my right leg. This left me dependent on help from other people, my independence…
Good news, I guess, at the doctors the other day. My markers seemed to either stay steady or improve. Although my doctor ordered the m-spike test, the lab missed it. Since the other markers were OK, he’s not worried. As a matter of fact, instead of seeing him in 3 months as usual, I will […]
Just received my new rig, a Yaesu FT-1000MP Mark V (200 watt version) on May 3rd, 2010 and absolutely love it! I purchased it from W4CCW Craig. It is loaded with filters,a VRF=Variable Receiver Front end and much much more to help dig those really weak…
Yellow Diaries is moving to http://blog.lisaraniray.com/ Let’s not think of this as change But a glorious uncertainty when it comes to uniformity Come to a new place of refuge where I can share my Battle Fatigue and ‘Sharpen your Saw’ http://blog.lisaraniray.com
Dagelijks neem ik twee capsules Omega3 omdat het goed is voor de botten (en tevens bijdraagt aan een betere opname van curcumine). Twee interessante artikelen: Omega-3 en Flaxseedzie ook: Visolie (EPA) (remt IL-1BETA)
MYELOMA CANADA INFORMATION WORKSHOPS
Myeloma Canada continues its outreach to patients and caregivers across Canada with the first-ever information workshops to be held in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. These sessions, which are free and open to the public, provide a valuable opportunity to learn more about multiple myeloma as well as to meet other patients and caregivers.
Halifax: June 10 (1:30 – 5:00 pm)
Royal Bank Theatre at the Halifax Infirmary
1796 Summer Street
Click here to view the complete Halifax agenda.
St. John’s, NL: June 12 (1:00 – 4:30 pm)
Lecture Hall E, School of Nursing
The General Hospital, 300 Prince Phillip Drive
Click here to view the complete St. John’s agenda.
Refreshments will be provided.
To register, please contact Myeloma Canada at (888) 798-5771 or by email: email@example.com
Myeloma Canada Information Workshops are supported by unrestricted educational grants from OrthoBiotech and Celgene Canada
Oh boy. I’ve been in one learning experience after the other lately, or so it seems. First of all, tomorrow I have my second baclofen pump refill and then after that appointment I have my three month check up with my oncologist. I am anxious to know the results of my labwork, to see whether […]
It has been rough around here for me, I am not good for being upright or walking around, meaning I am not getting much done. I feel OK, just some nausea and I am definitely ENJOYING a loss of appetite, as I have lost around eight pounds already. I went…
Hi, I just stumbled across your blog and as I was reading back aways, I see you mention HUMC
and a Dr. S. My hubby is a 46 yr. old MM patient
of a Dr. S. in Hackensack. We live just 9 miles from there. Tim was dx’ed in ’07. I blog about MM and other spoutings at www.timswifesblog.blogspot.com. Just figured I’d stop in and say “HI” to another Jersey boy. Tim just got over a major back issue too. Had the PET scan and all that. You know you’re in trouble when percocet, muscle relaxers, and advil taken all at once don’t touch the pain and you still can’t walk. Yikes!
Stay well! Denise
False starts:After 2 false starts I am now on the Rev-lite clinical trial for relapsed myeloma.False start #1 was a lytic lesion suddenly detected in my right femur requiring hospitalisation for intramedullary reconstruction nailing.False start #2. 14 …