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Susie Hemingway

Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Hi there, My name is Susie and I am a full time carer to my husband Hamada who is suffering from Multiple Myeloma - a cancer of the plasma cells, which is a terminal disease but although given just six months, we are now with good care, entering our fourth year. After intial chemotherapy he received a Stem Cell Transplant in 2007 and gained eighteen months remission but is now...

Dr. Kevin

Lincoln, California
I am a physician in Northern California. I was diagnosed with primary AL Amyloidosis in June 2008 and underwent a heart transplant at Stanford in August of 2008. I then had an autologous stem cell transplant in March of 2009 in an attempt to control my amyloidosis. I am married to Barbie and have four children.
Communities: Heart Health

crlina Facebook

California
Symptoms of Kidney Diseases, including Kidney Disease in Children can be removed effectively through latest treatments which are Immunotherapy, Stem Cell Transplant and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
Communities: Kidney Failure

Nicolas van Dyk

United States
I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma at the tender age (for this disease) of 40 in November of 2008. Since that time, I have maintained a blog which has grown from a way to keep my close friends and family updated on my fight to something a bit broader -- I've been fortunate enough to make new friends around the world as a result. As of the time of this writing, I have undergone very...
Communities: Cancer

emcguey

California
Chris and I were married in September 2010. In October 2010, Chris started a bone marrow stem cell transplant to try and end his multiple sclerosis.  

Lori P.

California
My husband, age 48 at the time (June 2008), was diagnosed with a rare blood cancer called Multiple Myeloma. Feel free to visit my blog (www.loripuente.com) of recounting our journey from a caregiving point of view. The blog also has a link to my husband's Caring Bridge website, where I chronicled our journey daily over 18 months from diagnosis thru two stem cell transplants. He is in the...
Communities: Cancer, Caregiving

Chris Carr

United States
This blog is for anyone who has to undergo a stem cell transplant, is fighting Hodgkins Lymphoma or being offered a clinical trial. I try to offer my perspective on the disease and how to deal with it while sharing aspects of my life that I try to keep as normal as possible.
Communities: Cancer

Stephen Schimpff, MD

Columbia, Maryland
Graduate of Yale Medical School, Yale New Haven Hospital internal medicine residency, 13 years at the National Cancer Institute and remainder of career at the University of Maryland Medical System and School of Medicine. Professor of medicine and public policy. COO of multiple hospital system and then CEO of University of Maryland Medical Center, a 700 bed tertiary care academic hospital with...

evil i. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

New York City, New York
I'm awesome, mostly...I'd say 89%. The other part is divided between geeky, nerdy, and dorky - whatever percentage that is. I was told there would be no math. I'm a western Pennsylvania girl transplanted to New York City. I suffer from theatrical addiction, love of drinking beer outside, and migraines. I chose to blog about the latter.

repairstemcells

Bangkok, Thailand
My name is Don Margolis.  I believe that Adult Stem Cells are the greatest medicine in the history of mankind.  I have formed the Repair Stem Cell Institute promoting stem cell therapy and Adult Stem Cell research.  Adult Stem Cells can now help more than 100+ different conditions.