Personal pages dedicated to the memory of those who have died after battling multiple myeloma.
Because I Said So
Nancy, alias La Cootina, started this blog shortly before she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Covers her journey until she entered hospice.
My Dad, Myeloma and Me
A daughter writes about her father's experience with myeloma, from stage 3 diagnosis in August 2007 until his death in March 2011.
On Multiple Myeloma: Andre's Perspectives
Seattle motorcycle racer Andre Espaillat battled multiple myeloma for almost three years before dying in the arms of his husband Ed Fortuno. Journal of an ordinary guy who knew he had incurable cancer. Last entries are by Ed.
A Power Within
Susie Hemingway writes "poems of love" for her husband Hamada, who battled multiple myeloma. The challenging journey seen from the perspective of a spouse and caregiver.
The Scoop on Dan
The first post on this site was to let family and friends know of Dan Patterson's schedule for stem cell transplant. The myeloma patient kept readers up to date for more than seven years until his death in 2012.
Sid's Multiple Myeloma Journey
Sidney Hider, from New Zealand, was diagnosed with stage III myeloma in 2001. He compiled a record of his journey in hopes that it might help others. Sid passed away in September 2011.
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