Diagnosed in 2005 with a plasmacytoma that was treated with radiation in 2006, Thomas Goode soon underwent a stem cell transplant. Two months after completion of an autologous stem cell transplant, Thomas’s brother matched as a candidate for Thomas’s allogenic stem cell transplant. Today, Thomas is on maintenance therapy and continues to run a support group Raleigh-Durham area, which he has facilitated for the past three years. Thomas describes the Triangle Area Support Group as “a small group but powerful with knowledge.”

 

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