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As I was scurrying through the Atlanta airport last evening and glancing at signs and directions, I saw a blue mural about 15 feet long with an instantly recognizable graphic. All of us wiith myeloma can immediately identify the undulating pattern of rises and spikes of an abnormal SPEP. There it was! The sign was a large greeting to ASH attendees reminding us that myeloma never rests......and neither does Celgene, the company that brought us Revlimid and Pomolidomide. Thank you Celgene. Thank you the greeting, and thank you for what you do. You have saved and extended the lives of countless thousands of us with myeloma, and we are grateful!

 Jim Omel

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