Tiffany Williams

Tiffany was diagnosed with myeloma in 2013. She is a co-facilitator of the Charleston Area Multiple Myeloma Networking Group, and is in the process of starting a group in Orangeburg, SC. Tiffany is a strong myeloma advocate, committed to address the increased risk of diagnosis among African Americans through awareness and education. Tiffany comments, “I am eager to impact and empower others with the knowledge I anticipate learning at ASH 2018.”

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Myeloma: A Ticket to Change the World

Tiffany Williams |

As I reflect on the week spent at ASH, I once again feel a sense of gratitude for the opportunity to attend, am encouraged by the advances in therapy, and am excited for the future. Most importantly, I am thankful for the myeloma community! We make up an amazing group of patients, caregivers, supporters, clinicians, […]

Myeloma Is Complicated

Tiffany Williams |

Since attending ASH in 2016,  I’ve been interested in better understanding the ongoing plight to improve outcomes and assure that all patient benefit equally from advances in treatment. Each year, researchers address disparities impacting care of multiple myeloma patients. In addition to numerous scientific oral presentations, I had the opportunity to attend an interesting paper […]

New Knowledge and/or Reinforced Knowledge

Tiffany Williams |

This is my 3rd ASH attendance and the first time I feel that I can follow the flow and content with a greater degree of clarity and ease. There is so much information that is available on myeloma. As I sat in meetings yesterday and today, I was intrigued by the number of myeloma providers […]

Widening the Conversation

Tiffany Williams |

I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma five years ago this month. Celebrating five years of survivorship has been an especially big milestone in my life. I can recall being diagnosed and immediately searching for the prognosis of myeloma. Everything I read indicated a five-year life expectancy. I can smile today knowing that in many ways, […]