Myeloma prognosis from the beginning, after the death of Clyde, I wanted to tell her story so that others can be informed about the devastating effects of primary myeloid but I have not the strength to speak of the tragedy our family. The best I could do was to create a website in 1996, primary myeloid and hoped others would read the story of Clyde and primary myeloid, from a personal point of view myeloma prognosis. It took me nine years to finally tell the story of Clyde I feel good because I wanted my son (Clyde Daryl and Alex Keith) to find out what happened and to leave a legacy of his father.
I also wrote the book because I had a strong desire to educate the public about the devastating effects of the disease to others would know the disease and prevent another tragedy. I am grateful to say that the history of Clyde has helped other people who are currently diagnosed with primary myeloid (AL) myeloma prognosis. I expected more support to the initial diagnosis of disease Clyde, and during the first years of life without Clyde, I was very disappointed with some of the doctors who treated him. But I must say that the support and understanding that we have received at the Mayo Clinic was true treasure! I will never forget the love and generosity that was transparent to doctors and nurses as caregivers Clyde myeloma prognosis.
And, no, I have not lost my faith in the medical community. I have immense respect for the men and women who work in the health profession on a daily basis. Now I'm more aware of "take charge" of my health by asking questions to healthcare professionals about alternatives to the way evocative of treatment myeloma prognosis. I believe that access to sites like WebMD as a source of information. This was very useful for me and my family. Currently there is no cure for primary myeloid (AL). But myeloma prognosis, primary myeloid (AL) can be managed with medications. The abnormal myeloid protein that accumulates in the bone marrow may be slowed or stopped if it is diagnosed properly and in time to stop the ' massive accumulation of protein fibrils.
Currently, doctors treat patients with primary myeloid with a chemotherapy regimen to include Mulholland and Colchicum to meet the abnormal plasma cells myeloma prognosis. In addition, doctors also examine the bone marrow to introduce the healthy cells in the patient. The bone marrow is the ' use of high-dose chemotherapy and transfusion of new blood cells or immature collected before (stem cells) to replace diseased or damaged bone myeloma prognosis. These cells can be harvested from the patient or from a donor.
There are stories of success in the treatment of primary myeloid myeloma prognosis. I know a person who has survived more than 18 years with the disease. Again myeloma prognosis, the key must be diagnosed in time to slow or stop the huge accumulation of fibril protein in the body. Myeloma prognosis if caught early, primary myeloid (AL) can be slowed down and even stopped in its production. I was heartbroken when I heard this myeloma prognosis. I think things would have been different if Clyde was diagnosed in time.
The symptoms of primary myeloid (AL) are more or less in line with other diseases myeloma prognosis. When considering the diagnosis, the physician should consider the symptoms of primary myeloid (AL) in its entirety, and not individually. During my long search, I found the following symptoms: swelling of the ankles, legs, limb weakness myeloma prognosis, weight loss, shortness of breath, numbness or tingling in the hands or feet (This symptom may be associated with the carpal tunnel syndrome), diarrhea, fatigue, swelling of the tongue, feeling of fullness after eating small amounts of food than usual, and, finally, dizziness while standing. It should be noted that myeloid can be diagnosed by a positive identification with a special Congo red stain on a sample of myeloid fibrils myeloma prognosis. A preparation of diagnosis in a normal laboratory does not give a proper diagnosis of myeloid disease.
Yes, as I said before myeloma prognosis, there is no cure for the disease, but medications and therapies are available to slow or stop the progression of myeloid proteins in the body. Currently, the Mayo Clinic and Boston hospitals are the major hospitals in search of myeloid diseases. Over the last 10 years myeloma prognosis, the two hospitals and others continued the search for new drugs and therapies to combat primary myeloid (AL) and other myeloid diseases. It gives a lot of strength and courage for your faith in God myeloma prognosis. Tell your audience to read as it was personally able to make your God and strive to keep the journey in his hands.
God guided the family through many trials Sappy myeloma prognosis. And when we were faced with this very rare disease, a disease that we do not know how to spell or pronounce at first, I naturally went to Heavenly Father to guide us through this storm in our lives. Nothing can be added or subtracted from God's Word. He says in Proverbs myeloma prognosis, to trust his word and not rely on our understanding, and to recognize direct our paths. And we did.
Clyde and I knew that this disease was bigger than the two of us myeloma prognosis, we had to rely on God's unchanging hand to help us through this terrible storm in our lives. God knows all and sees all, and we were willing to give up everything for him, because we had nothing in ourselves to change the reality that Clyde was hit by this deadly disease myeloma prognosis. I also knew that if it was God's will to heal Clyde, which would be healed. I had complete trust in God and went to his will.
I am a member of the Church of Christ, myeloma prognosis and I try to the best of my ability to do what is right in God's eyes. I fall short, but I'm trying. I learned long ago that there are things I can’t change, no matter what I do. I knew that the disease was much bigger than Clyde and much bigger than me. I knew that I could not change the situation that was designed before the family Clyde Sappy, and so I just did what I knew myeloma prognosis: we prayed. And we prayed and prayed, asking God to give us the strength to face our family situation.
There have been many times when my faith has been shaken during the test of Clyde myeloma prognosis, but God will always strengthen go ahead and standing on his unchanging hand. And he did. I knew God would take me in those dark days when the doctor came into the room and explain the prognosis of Clyde myeloma prognosis. Many times I wanted to run away and hide, but I continued to pray because I knew that if it was God's will to deliver Clyde this nightmare, he would. I knew that God was in control and nothing is added or removed, unless he allowed it. Sad and unfortunate things happened to all and November 13, 1997, came to the family Sappy. I do not want nobody has ever had the experience of pain and suffering that we have done with myeloid disease myeloma prognosis, and that is why they are so passionate and dedicated to educating the public about the devastating effects of this disease.
On the contrary, we have not accepted the fact that Clyde has not recovered myeloma prognosis. Clyde knew that as long as he was alive, he had no hope. My hope and prayer is that if it was God's will to heal Clyde, he would, and that's why we kept looking for someone to help Clyde from Columbus, Georgia and ending in Rochester myeloma prognosis, Minnesota. And thank God we did at the Mayo Clinic, instead of hope .Clyde and his family did not dwell on the negative, accentuate the positive and we took a sick day Clyde at a time, traveling around the country to adopt a cure for the disease. Our trust and faith were fixed on God to see us through the storm myeloma prognosis. And he did. We made it to the Mayo Clinic.
Well, at first we did not know we would be traveling. After threatening to the local hospital, things do not look too good for Clyde. Myeloma prognosis I knew I had to do something. I did not feel that was enough, especially when we had so little information about the disease. So I looked through my illness and everything encyclopedia Clyde was in the hospital myeloma prognosis, I visited several medical libraries for more information about the disease. It really does not take much thought to decide to travel. Clyde and I knew we had a race against time. Based on doctor's prognosis, Clyde did not, but a year or two to live because of the aggressive nature of the disease myeloid primary myeloma prognosis. So, as we gathered information and learned several hospitals, we decided to continue to drive everything that we had to find someone to help.
E ' was an act of desperation myeloma prognosis, I know, but we knew that we had no other choice than to take every opportunity to find someone able to help Clyde. And the most ironic thing that we have found someone to help Clyde with the disease, but the wait was too much for his weakened body. It ' died within two weeks of receiving a heart transplant relief at the Mayo Clinic. I sat next to Clyde and I prayed and read the Scriptures several days myeloma prognosis. I was determined that I would be close to Clyde. I asked God to give me strength through my tears of pain and sadness, but I continued to pray, even until the end of the life of Clyde. I talked with our children about the state of Clyde and I told them that we were in a place of hope myeloma prognosis. I also told them that if it was God's will to see through Clyde, then it would be. And if it was not his intention to do so, then it would not.
We all went as a family to pray for Clyde. Clyde's bedside myeloma prognosis, I always knew that everything was in God's hands. The night before he died for the last time, Clyde told me that he felt good. That's why I titled the book; I feel good. The story of Clyde is so precious to me. I watched her faith strengthened to its highest level, and I know it was well with his soul as he closed his eyes in sleep myeloma prognosis. I will never forget that moment in the hospital room. And a big part of me remained in that hospital room I said goodbye to my companion, my Indiscreet, my life. When Clyde is gone, you have to switch your pain. We invite you to share with our: audience what steps you have taken in your grieving process are.
I felt compelled to write after I feel good, so I decided to talk about my grieving process in my next book. Expected to be released in late 2003 or early 2009 myeloma prognosis. While Clyde was alive, I lived in hope that God will save him if it was his intention to do so. After Clyde passed, I began to focus on our children and myself. During the illness of Clyde, I had not thought me a lot. My main concern was to find someone to help. Once he was gone, I focused on my children, hoping to help them come to terms with the loss of their father. I put myself last.
I struggled with the pain. I felt so alone myeloma prognosis, without Clyde. I prayed to God for strength and comfort, and I cried to sleep many nights or days. In my new book, I talk about my lonely road of pain and anguish of losing my best friend to death. And as I did I feel good, I hope that others will be encouraged by reading my story of pain and suffering.
After living with the death of Clyde for about 12 years now myeloma prognosis, I do not think there is much that I could have changed. Clyde was able to receive the best medical care in the world at the Mayo Clinic myeloma prognosis. I learned that other hospitals had myeloid research programs, such as the Boston Medical and Indiana University. But again, I know that Clyde was surrounded by the best doctors in the field. I would have liked to have found more information on myeloid disease in its early diagnosis. Clyde was diagnosed with the disease myeloid in December 1994 myeloma prognosis. I have not found the information NORAD (National Organization for Rare Diseases) until the end of January 1995. I think the result would have been different Clyde have known about the Mayo Clinic in December 1998.
My desire was to tell the story of Clyde in 1995, but as I said before myeloma prognosis, I did not have the strength to write a book, but I wrote "primary myeloid, a personal perspective" in 1996 myeloma prognosis. I also wrote a letter to Oprah Winfrey in the hope that it will include rare disease during one of his talk show episodes. But I've never heard of, and really broke my heart myeloma prognosis. I told the story of Clyde through l ' article on the Internet to include website addresses of hospitals and research into the disease.
At the end of 2003, I decided that I needed to put one foot before the other and finally tell the story of Clyde in the world. I asked myself myeloma prognosis, how can I get people to listen to me about the devastating effects of this disease. And the answer that emerged was to write the story of Clyde I feel good. With a shower of tears myeloma prognosis, I finished writing the first version of I Feel well in March 2000 and published in September 1999.
It took me a bit ' of time to tell the story of Clyde I feel good myeloma prognosis. But I knew that I had to record a story to tell others about his life and deadly disease that caused his death at just 43 years young. I want others to learn the history of the Clyde and his struggle with primary myeloid (AL). I want others to not take "no" for an answer. I want people to know about the disease, whether it is amylase or perhaps another disease myeloma prognosis, and never give up.
Clyde and I could have left and we were in our Columbus myeloma prognosis, Georgia home to let him die, but we do not. Clyde came out swinging, swing all my life, and I'm very proud of him. He never gave up. He fought until the end of primary myeloid. My prayer is that others in similar situations will never give up. Ask for advice myeloma prognosis, but continue to fight for what you believe.
Primary myeloid (AL) is a disease that can be slowed or stopped, and, if diagnosed in time myeloma prognosis. And essential that the information is made available to people all over the world. Primary myeloid (AL) does not discriminate. The disease affects people of all origins of ethics, colors, nationalities and beliefs. As I said before myeloma prognosis, I wrote Ms. Oprah Winfrey in 1996 and poured my heart for her. I waited to hear from her, but I never did. I had hoped that his celebrity status and assistance to help raise awareness of rare fatal disease myeloid.
Myeloma prognosis I do not see that people adopt me feel good, as many have. I just wanted to write the facts about primary myeloid (AL) and then turn off my computer, and move on to other things. But somewhere in my writing in the history of Clyde, I guessed that the story was much bigger than me myeloma prognosis, so much bigger than Clyde. Thus, over the past few months, I started talking about various groups - Bible classes, the book speaks of the work and the university, and has appeared in several television shows to talk about primary myeloid (AL). The story of Clyde has grown much bigger than me and he was received with enthusiasm myeloma prognosis. For this I am very grateful.