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Rozalynn Hite

About Rozalynn Hite

Rozalynn Hite is the Myeloma Coach Director and wife of myeloma patient Richard Hite. Rozalynn is an occupational therapist and mother of three beautiful children.

Introducing the New Myeloma Coach Program: Finding and Giving One-On-One Help

Register for the Myeloma Coach Program Today   You have cancer.  No one ever expects to hear those words.  Other people get cancer, not you.  Multiple Myeloma?  What in the world is that?  Most individuals diagnosed with myeloma have never heard of it before they were diagnosed.  But once diagnosed, they are immediately  flooded [...]

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Give the Gift of Your Time: Become a Myeloma Coach

Day 11 of Myeloma Giving: Pay it Forward in Multiple Myeloma by Becoming a Myeloma Coach From December 10 – 28, the Myeloma Crowd is sharing 12 Days of Myeloma Giving. Please share this post and invite your friends and family to participate. Each day we will share something you can give to lift others. [...]

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ASH 2018: A Caregiver Attends ASH for the First Time

There’s a first time for everything…. As a caregiver (or patient) we are continuously looking for ways to educate ourselves about myeloma so that we can understand current treatment regimens, be prepared for what is to come, and continuously advocate for best treatment for our loved one.  We do this by asking countless questions to [...]

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ASH 2018: MRD Testing and Myeloma Treatment Choices by Dr. Ola Landgren

Dr. Landgren spoke at ASH about ways we can maximize the treatment response of patients newly diagnosed with multiple myeloma by what is chosen as induction therapy, stem cell transplant for appropriate patients and using minimal residual disease (MRD) testing to guide treatment.  What is minimal residual disease testing? MRD testing tries to evaluate how [...]

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