Love, Olivia: A Stem Cell Transplant Story

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WestBow Press, Feb 24, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 232 pages

From diagnosis to discoveries and decisions, author Olivia Chin has had experiences that would make others give up, but she has faced them with optimism and a sense of style. She has had her share of ups and downs, but has managed to continue her journey with humor, grace, courage, humanity, and a smile on her beautiful face.

Olivias story is synonymous with survivorship; it is a source of inspiration to her family, friends, the medical community, and hopefully to others in need. In this book, she speaks to the importance of finding answers, having a community of support, and always keeping hope alive!

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About the author (2012)

Olivia Chin has multiple myeloma and amyloidosis under the care of Dr. Tomer Mark and Dr. Ray Comenzo. She was an avionics software engineer and manager for over twenty-three years. She enjoyed working on simulators, trainers, and radars. She is now at home with her husband, two children, and a dog in Upstate New York.

After completing fellowship at Weill Cornell Medical Center—New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) under the mentorship of Dr. Ruben Niesvizky, Dr. Tomer Mark joined the Center for Lymphoma and Myeloma as a full-time clinician with a focus on clinical and translational research. Dr. Mark graduated from Yale University in 1998 and medical school at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He did his internal medicine residency training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, and completed his hematology and medical oncology fellowship at NYPH Weill Cornell Center in June of 2008.

He currently lives in Queens, New York, with his wife, daughter, and two dogs.

Olivia Chin has multiple myeloma and amyloidosis under the care of Dr. Tomer Mark and Dr. Ray Comenzo. She was an avionics software engineer and manager for over twenty-three years. She enjoyed working on simulators, trainers, and radars. She is now at home with her husband, two children, and a dog in Upstate New York.

After completing fellowship at Weill Cornell Medical Center—New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) under the mentorship of Dr. Ruben Niesvizky, Dr. Tomer Mark joined the Center for Lymphoma and Myeloma as a full-time clinician with a focus on clinical and translational research. Dr. Mark graduated from Yale University in 1998 and medical school at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He did his internal medicine residency training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, and completed his hematology and medical oncology fellowship at NYPH Weill Cornell Center in June of 2008.

He currently lives in Queens, New York, with his wife, daughter, and two dogs.

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