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I tweaked the program so it can run on mac 10.7 using "numbers."

I used this program on my PC when I was first diagnosed 2009. It was a great at making it so visual for me, and helped me to understand my lab tests.
After a remission, followed by a relapse and a new mac computer,
I'm wishing I could run the program again to track my progress thru my clinical trial.

I for one, encourage and applaud your continued diligence on the Mac edition and am hoping for a speedy outcome.

Meanwhile - any suggestions for us Mac users on 'tweaking the program so it can run on Numbers?"
I have a MacBook Pro, 10.6.8.

It can be run on a dual boot mac running windows, but that is the only mac option at this point.

Hi there, I have downloaded this and when I try running it I get informed that it is "not a valid Win32 application"
I have a fairly new laptop with a 64-bit operating system.. Please help!

Hanna,

Sorry that you are having trouble downloading/installing the myeloma manager. The message that the installer is "not a valid Win32 application" is almost always because the download was interrupted and the full file was not transferred. This can result from problems with anti-virus software or even a plain, vanilla internet hiccup.

If you email me at mmpca@myeloma.org, I would be happy to help you install the software.

M i k e

Just read the advice to Apple users about how to access Myeloma Personal Care Assistant. Please clarify what a "dual boot mac running windows" means. I need to purchase a new Apple very soon. Last time I inquired about using the Assistant on a "mac" I was told I was out of luck but IMF hoped to be able to offer it "in the future." Please directly to my email address, as I don't seem to work in the blogosphere very well .

Unfortunately, we have not been able to identify a way to make the manager Mac OS compatible without essentially rebuilding it. You can, using a dual boot Mac, run both Mac OS and windows and run the manager on the windows system. I believe all of the new macs will support dual boot.

I have used Myeloma Manager to monitor all my test results for the last 2 1/2 years and it has been a great tool for tracking my data. Unfortunately I purchased a new PC with Windows 8 and I can not download the program. Is there a way to download it, or is there a revised version coming out soon?

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