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Isaac Fridman

A Changed Man

Isaac Fridman with family

When Isaac Fridman of Mexico City was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2005, no distance was too far to get treatment for this rare and, until recently, incurable disease. He set out to find the best care available—and wound up in Little Rock at the UAMS Myeloma Institute.

“My wife and I have family in Israel,” Fridman said. “I sought advice from Haifa University in Israel, and we trusted their judgment. They said UAMS in Little Rock was the place to be.”

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