To speak about Dr Hubbard it is necessary to tell my story. Late 2007, at age 73, I was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, an incurable cancer of the white cells in the blood that attacks the bones and kidneys, and told that my life expectancy was three to five years. I did suffer kidney failure and was placed on dialysis three times a week, in addition to chemotherapy twice a week. Needless to say, my body was under assault. I needed help. Good fortune brought Dr. Hubbard into my life. I called her my angel from heaven. She gave me the support that I needed to get through the dark days. At times it has been difficult to make the changes she recommends, but I have really worked at it and she has been there for me every step of the way. For me it is more about the things I don't have to do and don't need to take than what I do. I no longer need dialysis. My chemo vacation has been extended from two months to six months. I have had no bone fractures and don't need any pain medication. I am living with the cancer and life is good. I truly believe I would not be as well as I am today if it were not for Dr. Hubbard. She is remarkable in her dedication to her patients. We are a team!