You have been told you have cancer and that you may need a blood or marrow transplant. Now what? Follow along with these slideshows to find out what to expect.
|"Marty started his treatment in February of 2008, just as the program was getting started at HCI. We were all new to the tandem transplant protocol then, and we've all learned how hard and how all-consuming it can be for patients, caregivers, and family as well as for the team at HCI. To say that the multiple myeloma staff exhibit the highest professional standards understates the day-to-day reality of the treatment they provide. The team members know their jobs. They know what they must do to treat their patients, and they provide that treatment with skill and kindness. They also know how to tell the truth, how to support, how to help carry the burdens in the most difficult times and to celebrate the joys of the myriad successes, small and large, along the way. We have come to trust them to do their best, to have in mind what is best for us, to answer our questions, to accept our decisions, and to stand with us as we confront this vicious disease together. We are deeply grateful." —Melene R. Dodson|
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