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Multiple Myeloma Journey Partners Program with Doug
Journey Partners, like Doug, 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 Doug 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

Nov 9, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Living with multiple myeloma
Doug was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in May of 2012 at 54 years old. Earlier that year, he began experiencing pain in his left arm and shoulder. At first, he thought little of it, but as his wife points out, he sought medical attention once it impacted his golf game. His primary care physician ordered an x-ray and saw a shadow in his upper left arm, so Doug was referred to an orthopedic oncologist. Four days before that appointment, he fell and broke his arm while attending his son’s college graduation. A few weeks later, before surgery to repair his arm, he had a biopsy and was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Doug shares his story to raise awareness about autologous stem cell transplant (ASCT) in the myeloma community. Today, Doug enjoys travel, frequent tee times, and has recently added kayaking and hiking to his activities.
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