Alan Holtzman felt that an angel was on his shoulder when a chance meeting with another CLL patient directed him to a leading specialist. Watch his story.
Why do I have lung cancer if I’ve never smoked? Dianne Stewart, a stage IV cancer patient, asked herself this question following her diagnosis. Hear about her initial stage of shock and denial and her advice for others.
December 16, 2013
Changes impacting the treatment landscape in many blood cancers were discussed this year at the 55th annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH). Patient Power founder Andrew Schorr shares why physicians, and patients, have reason to be optimistic in his video blog from the conference in New Orleans.
Tags: Blood Cancer, Cancer, Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, CLL, Lymphoma, myeloma
Thanks for the update Andrew. Was anything discussed regarding “genetically modified B cell” therapy? That seems to have received promising results during the last couple years and I’m wondering if that may be an accepted treatment in the near future. Thanks, Carl Ripley
I am a MPN patient and I am watching your video’s and interviews all the time. I want to deeply thank you for your immense efforts on Patient Power and for being such a incredible kind person.
For MPN patients better times will come. Thank you for following all the news and for creating such positive dynamics among patients, scientist and practitioners.
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