No one should go through a major diagnosis alone
Cancer, Chronic Pain, COVID-19, Gastrointestinal Disease, Mental Health, Migraine
Issues and Challenges
Myisha Malone-King has encountered: Disability, Invisible Illness, Prior Authorization, Social Security Disability
Baltimore , Maryland USA
Myisha is a patient advocate in the advocacy community she’s dedicated hardworking selfless she’s been featured in MSNBC and is a WEGO Health Award finalist in 2019. She works closely with the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation as a task force member and lobbies on Capitol Hill to create change and awareness.
Myisha is a cancer survivor and inflammatory bowel disease mom of 4 kids two girls 19,18 two boys 13,11 and the wife to Robert King. What she wants others to understand is that there can be no change if we don’t first change ourselves SO SHE CHANGES THE WORLD BY MAKING SURE NO ONE FEELS ALONE LIKE SHE DID WHEN SHE WAS FIRST DIAGNOSED.
She’s received recognition from the mayor of Maryland as well as a proclamation from the state of Arizona and Baltimore county, Maryland. She's received state honor from mayor from Baltimore, Maryland for Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness week December 1-7.
Myisha lives with Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis and COPD. She’s a breast cancer survivor and covid 19 survivor.
My Motivation and Inspiration
My husband and kids