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Articles That Discuss Caregivers

Multiple Myeloma Caregivers Are Wired for Health

caregivers are heavy technology users and are much more likely than other adults to take part in a wide range of health-related activities. PeopleBeatingCancer supports newly diagnosed myeloma patients,

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Multiple Myeloma Therapy- I.D. GvHD- Allo Stem Cell Transplantation

A single plasma biomarker predicted treatment resistance and death from graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) after allogeneic stem cell transplantation  In theory, the only curative multiple myeloma therapy

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Elderly Multiple Myeloma- Supportive Care Under-utilized

“We found significant under-utilization of supportive care measures focused at bone health and infection prevention among elderly adults with MM in the US.” Elderly multiple myeloma, or I should

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End Stage Multiple Myeloma-What Matters in the End

End Stage MM- less about living at any/all cost to thinking about what the patient wants, needs at the end-of-life… I don’t write much about end stage decision-making for multiple myeloma (MM)

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Caregiving A Chronically Ill Patient 

Caregiving or assisting someone who is chronically ill can be a draining experience. Regardless of that, there are a lot of people in this world who decide that this is their calling in life Unfortunately,

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Multiple Myeloma- Caregiver rights and responsibilities-

A caregiver or carer is an unpaid or paid member of a person’s social network who helps them with activities of daily living. Caregiving is most commonly used to address impairments related to old

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Child As Hematopoietic Stem Cell Donor-Ethical Considerations?

The review also assesses the circumstances in which a minor may ethically be a hematopoietic stem cell donor, how to reduce risks to the donor and recipient, While the ethical considerations spelled out

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Bromelain Potent Breast Cancer Effect

“Autophagy-inducing property of bromelain can be further exploited in breast cancer (BC) therapy…Bromelain has been reported to promote apoptosis, particularly in breast cancer cells…” I

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“you have IDLE?” Over-treatment?

The panel said the over-diagnosis and over-treatment concern also extends to precancerous conditions that have only a small percentage chance of becoming cancer “You have Cancer…” is

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How to Prepare Your House for a Family Member in Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy is a common treatment for cancer patients. The treatment itself is very effective in treating different types of cancer, but it is not without its side effects. In many cases, the side effects

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Alzheimer’s in your future? Maybe Not…

Predict Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease- “The algorithm, 75% of the time, correctly predicted who wouldn’t go on to develop memory problems…” I am a long-term cancer survivor

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What NOT to say to Cancer Patients- Less is More

“When you are not sure of what helpful words to give, the best way to show support is with a hug, or a squeeze of the hand- in short, less is more.” This three part blog post is another take

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