My brother in law was diagnosed with Multi Myeloma in November 2007, he was in 3rd stage. The only choice we had was to get him to the University Of Arkansas. He left for his first trip on Christmas Day, come home for 10 days, went back, COME HOME IN REMISSION!!!! gone back , got his first stem cell transplant this past Monday. We are still learning so much about myeloma. I just really would like to talk to somebody that knows what we are going through and what we can expect later. Thanks for listening !
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