Song of a Survivor: My Journey through Multiple Myeloma | Paperback
by Patricia Phillips Roberts (Author)
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June 19, 2014
Product Description Song of a Survivor is the intriguing story of one woman's battle with multiple myeloma-a cancer of the plasma cells that affects the bones. Is there a cure for such a rare type of cancer? You will not just be reading a book about a woman's journey, but rather Patricia will take you along the journey with her. This amazing story will make you laugh and cry as you wonder how she was able to fight with such tenacity while listening to and having faith in God throughout the process. -Tanesha R. McGregor
Tim McNeill was diagnosed with stage four Multiple Myeloma in June of 2002. Mr. McNeill’s original prognosis gave him only months if not weeks to live. As treatments began his kidneys failed and within days he contracted an MRSA infection. During the early days it was also discovered that the advanced stage of the cancer had destroyed several of the vertebrae in his back. This is the story of his early years of recovery. It is a story of personal perseverance and unrelenting determination. It...
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