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Multiple Myeloma Journey Partners Program with Tony
Journey Partners, like Tony, give an inspirational presentation to their peers who are on a similar journey with multiple myeloma. If you have multiple myeloma or care about someone who does, you will want to attend this session where Tony will share:

*Education and resources
*His story about living with multiple myeloma and having an autologous stem cell transplant
*The importance of considering a transplant evaluation

Dec 10, 2022 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Living with multiple myeloma
At 39, Tony Newberne had only just started his personal training business when he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2013. Tony’s diagnosis began when he hurt his back during a training session. The pain eventually became severe enough for the ER, where CT scans confirmed his L-1, L-3, and L-4 vertebrae fractures along with numerous lytic lesions. He was admitted and began immediate treatment. Tony began chemotherapy in October of 2013, received vertebroplasty in November, and kyphoplasty in February of 2014 to help stabilize his vertebrae and prevent further fractures. Tony received his autologous stem cell transplant (ASCT) in 2016 without complication. Back then, his doctors predicted he wouldn’t be able to resume a vigorous training schedule. Now, he’s in the gym daily and has relaunched his personal training business. With unwavering support from his faith, family, and friends, Tony knows the body and spirit can overcome enormous challenges.
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