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Patient Stories
MMORE believes that sharing stories of patients’ myeloma experiences can be a powerful way to support others in the myeloma community.   If you would would like to share your story, please contact Sarah at sarah@mmore.org or call our toll-free phone number: 1-888-486-4240.
 
Sarah Kaufmann-Fink Matt Hare Cheryl Boyce Wynyki Alston Jack Meizlish Ron McCulley Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo Valerie Chapman
Sarah
Kaufmann-Fink

Diagnosed 2005
“There is so much more to me than cancer. I have a full life for which I am constantly and consistently grateful, and cancer is just one part of my life. My diagnosis does not define me.”
 
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Matt Hare
Diagnosed 2009
“The major push going into research for multiple myeloma and other blood cancers is phenomenal. MMORE alone has given me all the hope in the world by being so active and really getting out and raising funds and awareness.”
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Cheryl Boyce
Diagnosed 1998
“I hope a cure is coming but I am grateful that I have been blessed that this disease has been managed as a chronic disease and not the death sentence I felt it was at diagnosis.”
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Wynyki Alston
Diagnosed 2009
“I am so excited about what's to come. Because Multiple Myeloma patients are surviving longer, I feel very hopeful that there will be a cure. There are so many options for treatment that the cure is just around the corner.”
 
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Jack Meizlish
Diagnosed 2005
“I believe that in the not too distant future multiple myeloma will be cured. At worst, I’m confident it will be treatable much like any chronic disease.”
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Ron McCulley
Diagnosed 2009
“I asked a lot of questions and probably did far too much searching on the Internet. I wish that I would have known about a group like MMORE where I could have received more information that was positive. ”
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Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo
Diagnosed 2008
“I’m finding many celebrities are being affected with myeloma and it's sad but when you put a person that the world can relate, this usually gives a face to the disease.”
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Valerie Chapman
Diagnosed 2000
“The information I found online and in various publications was outdated and very bleak. I am now so thankful for all of the new data, research and clinical information available.  ”
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