My 14th re-birthday!

So it was February 28, 2006, when I entered the Sutter Bone Marrow Transplant Unit in Sacramento. It is a small unit compared to what Barclay just had at UCD med center.

I had Melphalan that day and then

it was March 1st that the stem cells were reintroduced.  For such a huge event it is very unimpressive. The Stem cells are given in an IV that is just a drip and that’s it. Of course, it’s the melphalan that gets you sick and everything else. I had a rough time with it all.

That transplant gave me 4 years without chemo and in remission until 2010. Some people do a second transplant but I wasn’t interested.

Now that I’m out of remission again, it’s a wait and see time as to when I’ll start treatment.

It’s been a long strange trip!!!!

 

7 thoughts on “My 14th re-birthday!

    • you can always go back and read earlier posts. I started this blog in 2012 during my first relapse. Then I started on my journey with minimalism and simplicity.

    • Thanks, when the time comes I will go back on the last treatment protocol I was on since it worked so well. There are many new drugs for myeloma so that’s a good thing.

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