nbmtLINK: Coffee With The Klatch

Mar 14, 2022Partners

Coffee Klatch with the LINK
Grab a Cup and Let’s Lift Each Other Up!
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
2 pm to 3:15 pm EST
Zoom Format- credentials to be sent to confirmed participants in advance. If you do not hear back, you will be on the wait list for the next Klatch. Thank you.

Coffee With The Klatch

To Register Click Here

Join us for a special Coffee Klatch intended for survivors. This Coffee Klatch will allow for sharing and helping each other navigate the bone marrow/stem cell transplant/cellular therapy journey including how others cope, move forward post-transplant, tackle cGVHD and much more.

This popular free ZOOM program, led by Jennifer Gillette, our licensed staff social worker and guest survivor will inspire from the comfort of your home or office. We will allow for plenty of time for ALL participants to talk, ask questions, share, vent and feel uplifted. (First names ONLY will be used by our staff to protect privacy and these sessions will not be recorded. You may refer to yourself as you wish.)

Space is limited. Please know that we will do our best to accommodate as many participants as possible. New registrants will be considered first. Please fill out the following information and Peggy Burkhard will be in touch via email to confirm your participation, based on availability. Please do not sign up if you cannot attend. Questions regarding this program can be sent to peggyburkhard@nbmtlink.org.
Zoom credentials will be shared right before the event ONLY for those who are confirmed to participate. First come/first serve. If you do not get into this group, there will be other similar programs and those registered here will be considered first. Please be sure to look out for the email soon. We need your reply so that we can confirm interest and send you some FUN meeting materials.

Note: We do not share your information with any other parties

Other Entries

Skin GVHD

Skin GVHD

Ready for a mind-blowing statistic? Just one inch of our skin contains almost 20 million cells! That’s hard to imagine, isn’t it? Multiply that to cover an entire body and we each have trillions of skin cells. When GVHD attacks these cells, uncomfortable symptoms like...

Lung GVHD

Lung GVHD

When GVHD affects the lungs, inflammation and scarring of the airways can occur. In its early stages people don’t always notice symptoms — so it’s important to talk to your doctor about proactive pulmonary function testing (PFT) during the first several years after a...

Ocular GVHD

Ocular GVHD

If you are suffering from eye problems after bone marrow transplant — things like dryness, itching, redness, and pain — you might have ocular GVHD. When you receive someone else’s stem cells during a bone or blood marrow transplant, the donor’s cells might mistakenly...

Season 12 of the Marrow Masters Podcast

Season 12 of the Marrow Masters Podcast

Check out the latest season of the Marrow Masters podcast. This season, titled "I'm Home, Now What?" dives into a crucial phase of the journey – the period after returning home. It offers invaluable insights, guidance, and support for individuals who have completed...

Multiple Myeloma Updates – nbmtLINK Lunch & Learn at Noon

Multiple Myeloma Updates – nbmtLINK Lunch & Learn at Noon

This month’s call in program will focus on Multiple Myeloma featuring featuring Dr. C. Ola Landgren, M.D., PhD, Professor of Medicine, Chief of Myeloma Division, Director of the Sylvester Myeloma Institute. Dr. Landgren’s clinical interests include novel therapeutics,...