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Here's news and info about three primary blood cancers, Lymphoma, Myeloma and Leukemia with a decided patient's perspective.  I hope this helps whether you're newly diagnosed or veteran survivor.  

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Is this you? 

Have you been recently diagnosed? 

Are you a cancer patient, caregiver or just interested in learning more about blood cancers? This site provide news and information about Lymphoma, Myeloma and Leukemia, blood cancers with a unique experienced, patient's perspective.

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We're not medical professionals, we don't give medical advice but we're not afraid to provide information that will help prepare you to ask good questions. Generally, there is no better advice than that which comes from your physician; other patient's experiences can help too. 

We think your physician(s) will gladly accept your keen, informed interest about your blood cancer.  They love intelligent questions almost as much as intelligent patients.   Physicians in particular appreciate your quest for knowledge and information and your willingness to participate in and report on your care. 

If you've been diagnosed recently, perhaps there isn't a waking moment when you're asking many questions.  I'm a long term cancer-warrior and survivor involved in Patient Advocacy, Research Advocacy and Legislative Advocacy.   I'm happy to help point you in the right direction, no strings attached, no money, no product, no motive other than to help.  

I believe volunteering and advocacy is a great way to focus your time and effort on others rather than yourself.  So I do have a productive motive.

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