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Myeloma Survivors Jim & Kathleen Bond Share their Myeloma Story

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Jim and Kathleen Bond will be sharing their myeloma story with us in April on our Myeloma On-Air Support Group meeting.

The meeting is led by myeloma advocate and survivor Pat Killingsworth.

James D. Bond II and Kathleen M. Bond are Myeloma Ambassadors. Jim is a retired Ernst & Young partner. He has actively lived with multiple myeloma for 22 years and leukemia for 2 years. Kathleen is Chair of the American Cancer Society East Central Board, Trustee of the Oncology Nursing Society Foundation Board, Director of the Oncology Nurse Society Foundation, and the ACS Cleveland Hope Lodge Boards, and formerly served on the ACS National Board of Directors. Kathleen founded the ACS Pan Ohio Hope Ride, a 4-day cycling tour, and Jim has cycled 328 miles across Ohio each of its 7 years, and he is training to ride again this July. They live in Shaker Heights, OH and are blessed with sons James III and Robert, daughters-in-law Emilee and Stacey, and grandchildren Jillian, James IV and Wade Bond.

CLICK HERE to REGISTER (or) Mail priya@trialx.com

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