Myeloma Magazine

May 6, 2016

Fighting Back to Good Health

The ability to get up after being knocked down and rise to new heights is an attribute that can help shape our lives and help us cope with life’s challenges. Chuck Cordell knows first-hand the value of this attribute. When struck with adversity, he faced it head on, drew from his inner core to fight…

Supporting the Whole Patient

Harold Dean counsels a patient after treatment.

A diagnosis of a cancer like myeloma can be devastating. Fear of the unknown, uncertainty about the future, and concerns about how everyone — patient and loved ones — will be affected can be overwhelming.  While doctors and nurses can offer encouragement and information about what to expect, social workers can provide solace and help…

behind the scenes

behind the scenes

Tarun Garg, Ph.D. Dr. Garg earned a Ph.D. in Zoology from Banaras Hindu University in India and completed post-doctoral fellowships in Neurobiology and Developmental Sciences and Multiple Myeloma at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Dr. Garg’s research is focused on developing highly activated expanded natural killer (ENK) cell therapy for high-risk relapsed multiple…

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