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Glenn Dale Gallaway

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In May of 2012, my father received a diagnosis that no one saw coming: Heavy Chain Amyloidosis. He had been sick for years, decades even. He had atherosclerotic plaques throughout his heart and carotid arteries and suffered GI symptoms that would cause severe bleeding and nausea. I remember my father being sick for most of my life, but despite his failing systems, he fought every minute to work hard to provide for his family and to spend more time with those he loved. 

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2024 Winter Newsletter

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WAINUA (eplontersen) granted first-ever regulatory approval in the US for the treatment of adults with polyneuropathy of hereditary transthyretin-mediated amyloidosis

December 21, 2023

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Nashville Caregiver Support Group Meeting

When: April 13, 2024 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm CT

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Support Group Meeting - New York

The Weill Cornell Medicine Center holds free amyloidosis support group meetings virtually every month.  These groups are led by a medical oncology

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WEBINAR: What is new and exciting in ATTR cardiac amyloidosis 2024

What's new and exciting in ATTR cardiac amyloidosis 2024 Webinar - April 29th - 3:00 pm ET

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