Myeloma Survivor Survivor Stories

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10 Years Later …

by Dennis “Doc” Knowles

It’s been 10 years. Ten, sometimes very long, years since I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. I’ve outlived my oncologist’s most optimistic predic­tion. The cancer that was once the sole focus of my life is no longer the center of my universe. The disease is no lon­ger detectable in my body. For this, I thank God often.

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Healing with Words

by Diana M. Raab

During my breast cancer journey, my lifeline was three-fold: immediate healthcare, a supportive family, and the creative arts as a source of strength. For a long time, the arts have been associated with relieving tension and fears. Creative expression is a healthier alternative to keeping your emotions bottled up inside. Author Virginia Woolf confessed that she wrote in her diary “to bring order to the chaos in her life.”

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