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Living with Multiple Myeloma | Paperback

by Pat Killingsworth (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Red Fox Trail Press
Publication Date:  2009
Sales Rank:  1692390th



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Product Description
Best selling multiple myeloma patient memoir. First of three editions. Each edition has been carefully updated and expanded.

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