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Multiple Myeloma

Blood Cancers & Disorders | Last Active: Dec 28, 2020 | Replies (165)

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Our trips to Mayo are coordinated by a very accommodating Myeloma doctor’s office at Mayo, Dr. John Lust to be exact
always works with me and my schedule to work out a best time for us to make the trip. It is about the patient and their
needs at Mayo, not the other way around. One does have a choice about their health care, a rarity in today’s system.

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@ozys Hi ozys! It has been a long while since your beginning posts, and I wonder how things have been for your husband as well as for yourself. Myeloma can take many twists and turns for all of us. I didn't know your ages as that can make a large difference in what this diagnosis means for our lives. I had to laugh at my Mayo checkup in August when I learned the past six months were especially rough because the treatment dosages were higher than usually given to patients "my age!" That would be 78. :0) But it sure worked!
So, how are things going for you and your husband? Nancy