Get support and information about Stem Cell Transplant. Topics include: causes, clinical trials, complications, family issues, living with a Stem Cell Transplant, prognosis, research, surgery, treatments.
I am not a survior this but my cousin is.She has Multiple Myeloma(cancer of the bone
marrow)she was diagnosed around 6 years ago.
She went to Little Rock for Stem Cell Transplant. I am happy to say after this last
time she is cancer free!!!!
I am glad to hear your cousin is doing so well. I had breast cancer(IBC with 20 positive lymph nodes) and had FAC chemo first, stem cell rescue followed by radiation and 5 years of Tamoxifine. I have devloped many problems over the years but my doctors can not tell me why since they have not had a patient live as long as I have. I do not know where to turn while my problems get worse as time goes by.
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