Real stories

  • Life with multiple myeloma: Enjoy in every day - Alen's story

    Life with multiple myeloma: Enjoy in every day - Alen's story

    Watch the video of the patient sharing his experience on how he copes with multiple myeloma. Find out how he has found the strenght to enjoy in every day and stay positive.

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  • Life with multiple myeloma: move forward

    Life with multiple myeloma: move forward

    Watch the video of the patient sharing her experience on how she copes with multiple myeloma. Find out why it is important to stay positive about the treatment and never look back.

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  • Life with multiple myeloma: stay positive

    Life with multiple myeloma: stay positive

    Watch the video of the patient sharing her experience on how she copes with multiple myeloma. Find out why it is important to listen to your body and do what you love.

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  • An invisible disease is difficult to fight.  Zuzana´s story – being diagnosed with multiple myeloma

    An invisible disease is difficult to fight. Zuzana´s story – being diagnosed with multiple myeloma

    "This way I would like to encourage everyone going through the same thing and tell you that science has progressed in such way that even problems like these can be fought and new drugs, which can improve the patients ‘quality of life, keep arriving on the market. "

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  • Mr. Peter's story

    Mr. Peter's story

    (Czech Republic) After the initial shock, you start to look in the rear view mirror and do your balances. At first, what did I miss or do wrong. But then I went in another direction and realized that I hadn’t wasted my life, that I accomplished things, started a company, had fun and lived a lot.
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  • Mr. John's story

    Mr. John's story

    (Czech Republic) This experience with my illness, which the Internet deems incurable, was incredibly valuable to me. It was, in a way, a gift. I reassessed many things in my life. Many priorities shifted and I started to value relationships instead of things.
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  • Changing everything

    Changing everything

    (Slovakia) In April 2005, I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma – a cancer formed by malignant plasma cells found in the bone marrow. I accepted the illness with sadness but with humility.
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