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Moving Mountains

We spoke with two members of the Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma team.
BY Kristie L. Kahl
PUBLISHED July 05, 2018
Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma (MM4MM) is a collaboration to raise awareness and funds for myeloma research where patients, caregivers, doctors, nurses and loved ones take on challenging mountain climbs throughout the year. On this year’s domestic hike, a team of 20 explored the Havasu Falls region of the Grand Canyon.

In this week’s episode, we spoke with two climbers: Jamie Tinschert, who received a multiple myeloma diagnosis in June 2012, and Chris Seal, a marketing director for an oncology brand at Amgen – who also sponsored the Havasu Falls climb – about their experience and why the MM4MM treks are key to raising awareness for multiple myeloma.
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