She was given 3 years to live. So she transformed cancer research
If you attended the March Tech Industry Luncheon, you might be interested in this profile of the founder of MMRF about using big data for myeloma cancer research.
In 1996, Kathy Giusti, then a 37-year-old pharmaceutical sales exec with a new baby, was told she had a blood cancer called multiple myeloma and three years to live. She refused to act like her life was over. "I decided I was going to live like I was going to live, not like I was going to die," she says.
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