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Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo

About Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo

Yolanda is the founder of Spitfir Productions brand development and is an entrepreneur, author, fashion editor, product developer, stylist and branding strategist. Yolanda is also a myeloma survivor diagnosed at the age of 38 and author of "Another Face of Multiple Myeloma." She’s hopeful for a cure to myeloma- but until then living her life to the fullest with her family and friends. She’s currently in remission and working on a Fitness and Wellness business for those afflicted with chronic illnesses.

New Year, New Outlook in Handling Your Myeloma

We're still at the beginning of a New Year. Are you ready to continue the fight in this long battle? Whether you’ve recently been diagnosed or still hanging on after years of your diagnosis, there’s work to do.  What I’ve found with any kind of chronic situation is that there are those who strive through [...]

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Managing Hypertension with Multiple Myeloma

BY YOLANDA BRUNSON-SARRABO Hypertension, or "High Blood Pressure” is  a prevalent topic for myeloma patients. Some patients may feel like hypertension springs up out of the blue, but does it really? Oftentimes we may shrug off signs that something else is going on, especially when trying to maintain multiple myeloma.  The thought may be “Now [...]

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Your Myeloma Meds: Managing Those Side Effects

BY YOLANDA BRUNSON-SARRABO Anyone dealing with any type of chronic condition can relate to the extraordinary amount of medication that is needed to sustain health. In the age of pill consumption to cure just about anything from mental health, diabetes, and cancer; it can be a bit disconcerting. We need these pills to help us [...]

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It Takes a Village in Maintaining Your Myeloma Future

BY YOLANDA BRUNSON-SARRABO Okay, you’ve just been diagnosed and your head is spinning about what to do next. What should you be asking this team of new faces that may be speaking to you about your options? You’ve been provided a variety of details on your prognosis. First, know that it’s perfectly normal to be [...]

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