Turning hope into action

| Tiffany Williams

My goal coming to ASH16 was to inspire and offer hope through blogging and tweeting my experience. As a first time attendee, it was overwhelming to keep up with all the promising data and findings, but the message was clear. If you are a newly diagnosed patient with myeloma, know that we have champions in […]

ASH 2016: Patient Perspective with Tiffany Williams

| Tiffany Williams

In this video, three-year myeloma survivor and co-leader of a the Charleston Area Multiple Myeloma Networking Group, attended the 58th American Society of Hematology annual meeting–her first experience at ASH. She shares that her impression was “overwhelming, but in a positive way.” She describes how she was unsure of what to expect, but left knowing […]

Empowered through knowledge

| Tiffany Williams

WOW!  The day was long but impactful. I tweeted highlights from the IMF Satellite Symposium, “Treatment Advances in Multiple Myeloma Expert Perspectives on Translating Clinical Data to Practice.” Summarizing information in 140 coherent characters has presented a bit of a challenge for me. I tend to process and analyze information (over-analyze if you ask my […]

Extending hope and inspiration through social media

| Tiffany Williams

I was diagnosed three years ago tomorrow! I had never heard of ASH and knew little about multiple myeloma. I’d been a registered nurse for 24 years and a pediatric nurse practitioner for 14 years at the time. However, my career was solely spent in the world of little people. So when I was diagnosed […]


Tiffany Williams

A pediatric nurse practitioner/doctor of nursing practice and assistant professor, Tiffany was diagnosed with myeloma in 2013. Today, she is a co-facilitator of the Charleston Area Multiple Myeloma Networking Group. Tiffany comments, “I am eager to impact and empower others with the knowledge I anticipate learning at ASH 2016.”

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