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Patient Stories

Julie Davidson: Mi Viaje Con Bing-Neel

En  2016,  un oncólogo le informa a un nuevo paciente, su  diagnóstico de  Macroglobulinemia de Waldenström (WM). Es probable que añada  en rápida sucesión, las siguientes observaciones: " cáncer indolente", "incurable, pero tratable", "observar y esperar estados posibles por varios o incluso muchos, años", "existen muchos nuevos fármacos en preparación y ensayo "," los pacientes pueden sobrevivir durante décadas. "

Ali Handal: There’s Nothing Like Cancer to Make You Contemplate Life

A little over two years ago, I was diagnosed with Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia (WM for short). Since then, I’ve been doing a LOT of thinking. Thinking about everything I’ve experienced since that strange day – the fear and pain that came with my diagnosis and subsequent treatments; the joy of feeling my family and friends rally by my side, loving and supporting me in so many ways; and how I’ve been fundamentally changed.

Dr. Michael J. Smith: 22 Years and Counting - My WM Journey

The following is an account of a life journey with Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia(WM)that later turned into WM/Lymphoma (WM/L). My story is aimed at beginning patients, so I will cover the WM episode more thoroughly than the subsequent WM/L. Full disclosure: I am only a novice in medicine, so I may have occasionally included errors in my treatment. Consequently, I have omitted my doctors’ names to avoid having any of these errors attributed to them.


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