For survivors Roberta Alberle and T.J. Sharpe and so many others, cancer was an unwelcome intruder that suddenly demanded their attention. Both became proactive and engaged, vocal patients, doing research […]
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Exercising With Multiple Myeloma – Staying in Tip Top Shape Living Well With Multiple Myeloma from Patient Empowerment Network on Vimeo. How do you exercise if you have myeloma? Should […]
Understanding Treatments for MPNs: Are There New or Emerging Treatments That Could Be Right For Me? Understanding Treatments for MPNs: Are There New or Emerging Treatments That Could Be Right For […]
Patient Cafe® Multiple Myeloma – August 2017 from Patient Empowerment Network on Vimeo. In this session of the Myeloma Patient Cafe®, a group of myeloma patients discuss self-education and empowerment.
Patient Cafe® Multiple Myeloma – July 2017 from Patient Empowerment Network on Vimeo. In this session of the Patient Cafe®, a group of myeloma patients will discuss what life is […]
In honor of July being Ultraviolet (UV) Safety Month, we wanted to share a some information and tips to keep you and your family safe this summer. The goal of […]
Editor’s Note: This blog was originally written by Chanel White for Clara Health‘s Blog. Clara Health connects patients to breakthrough clinical trials. Chanel White is a patient advocate who underwent a […]
Patient Cafe® MPN – July 2017 from Patient Empowerment Network on Vimeo. Carol Preston is join by MPN patient, Andrea, and her care partner, Denise in this session of the […]
What You Should Know About Genetic Mutations Living Well With MPNs: What You Should Know About Genetic Mutations from Patient Empowerment Network on Vimeo. Should you get a genetic test? […]
Is a clinical trial right for me or is it a gamble with my health? How will my loved one be affected? Do the risks outweigh the benefits? Watch as […]
Today I am a male survivor of bladder and prostate cancer – annual Oncology visit…still here, still healthy, PSA still less than 1%. Possibility for bladder cancer’s return are extremely […]
Real patient experiences shared privately at www.TreatmentDiaries.com. Read more, share if you like or join in the conversation. Making sure you feel less alone navigating a diagnosis is important. Connecting […]
At the recent American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting (ASCO), Dr. David Carbone, Director of the James Thoracic Center, James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute at Ohio State University […]
The Cancer Support Community has created a decision support counseling program called Open to Options® that can help you prepare for an appointment in which you will be making a treatment […]
From one of the largest educational and scientific events in the oncology community, we had the chance to sit down with a few prostate cancer experts to hear the latest […]