Cheryl Boyce: Living Well with Multiple Myeloma
Cheryl Boyce, powerful patient advocate from Columbus, talks about being diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma after experiencing constant fatigue. Cheryl discusses her journey, treatment and the importance of disease education. Learn more at the upcoming live town meeting September 29 in Columbus, Ohio and in post-meeting videos on Patient Power.
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Patient AdvocateCheryl A. Boyce recently retired as Executive Director of the Ohio Commission on Minority Health. She served as Director of the Commission from it’s inception in 1986 through late 2010. The Commission was the first state agency in the nation created exclusively to eliminate health disparities for minorities. African Americans, Latino/Hispanics, Asians and Native American Indians constitute priority communities for... more >