Tag Archives: Revlimid

What happens next?

Although I’ve hinted, I’ve not yet written about what happens after this round of treatment on Velcade. Those of you with Myeloma or other blood cancers will know or guess what’s on the cards, but for the rest of you, … Continue reading

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Glimmers of hope

Another consultant appointment on Monday, this one with Dr Cathy Williams, just because I can choose and I haven’t seen her for a while. It’s nice that we can choose who we see – a bit of patient control. In … Continue reading

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Cold season

Yes, it’s winter and like many other people, I have a cold! I don’t have influenza and I don’t have pneumonia, and in fact, I have one of the mildest colds I’ve ever had… so far at any rate. This … Continue reading

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Four months along – update

On Sunday 4 December, it was exactly 4 months after the transplant of my stem cells and I’ve not written anything for a month, so it’s time for an update. You may recall I am on the Myeloma XI trial and … Continue reading

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The next stage… maintenance

I was at the clinic again on Monday (24/10) and happy to see Dr Jenny Byrne rather than the Prof. Now I’m three months post-transplant, it’s time to start the maintenance medication, so I collected the first of what will … Continue reading

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Long time no write…

The days go by and turn into weeks and somehow I’ve not been motivated to write. It’s been hard to gather my thoughts and know what I want to say. Even harder to stay focused on one set of thoughts … Continue reading

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Some cycling, a phone call and a decision

Tuesday 14 June was a beautiful day, sun shining, 20 degrees, energy and eagerness abounding, so my friend and I took to our bikes and cycled to Elvaston Castle, where we found a secret (well, it felt like a secret) … Continue reading

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