James Bond’s survival of multiple myeloma since 1992 is an amazing story of tenacity, hard work and good fortune. In this book he shares his and his caregiver wife’s, Kathleen, approaches, experiences and difficulties.
This book provides two acronyms he developed that summarize their approaches to surviving a deadly, incurable blood cancer.
Read an excerpt from the book here.
All profits from the book will be donated to the International Myeloma Foundation, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Mayo Clinic,
University Hospitals of Cleveland, and the American Cancer Society, where his wife, Kathleen, has volunteered
for over 3 decades, and served on its National Board of Directors
About the Author
A resident of Shaker Heights, Ohio, James Bond is a 29-year survivor of an incurable blood cancer, Multiple Myeloma. Four bone marrow transplants, six clinical trials, and an amazing support network along with countless miles pedaled for charity all play key roles in this unique 007 story.
After retiring from his accounting career in 2007, James and his wife, Kathleen, now share their story to patients around the world through an oncology pharmaceutical mentorship program.
James Bond is a walking miracle and shows American Cancer Society research dollars are impacting people’s lives.― Marcos deLima, MD, University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Research
Jim’s incredible story is so motivating. After the FDA approved Velcade® I learned he would be patient 007. You can’t make this stuff up!― Julian Adams, PhD, CEO, Gamida Cell