Some four years ago, at the age of 70, my wife and I pulled up stakes and left Iowa, where we had resided for 32 years, to move to the State College area in Pennsylvania. This would allow us to… Continue reading
My life so far has been an exciting journey, punctuated by a cascade of medical events. Never a dull moment. You don’t know how you’ll respond to bad news until you are faced with it. I’ve had plenty,… Continue reading
PAY IT FORWARD
The WMFC/IWMF was built on the strength of offering support to those living with Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia. One man reached out to another in the hope of finding someone who understood… Continue reading
My story begins in 2011, when I was 55 years old. I had been a professional ballerina, blessed with good health and good eating habits. Even after I had to quit dancing because of lower back problems, I remained active… Continue reading
As someone living with an “indolent” cancer (slow to develop, treatable, but so-far incurable) for the last dozen years, I have decided that the best way for me to think of it is as a hobby. It is fascinating, time-consuming and… Continue reading
I am a 67 year old WM patient living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. My wife, Nancy, and I lead an active lifestyle, especially since retiring about 5 years ago. We are avid downhill skiers… Continue reading
Contributing Member – Ron Ternoway
Ron Ternoway has shared his experience with WM in “Trials of a Wally”. We thought we would share with the WMFC community!
Michael Knowlton has found a new way of embracing life while living with WM. This video is about his journey and story of inspiration.