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Elevated pre-ASCT C-Reactive Protein identifies a high-risk population especially in patients undergoing delayed ASCT for multiple myeloma… Myeloma patients can wait to have a stem cell transplant.Continue reading
While the first (contrast agent for MRI) was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1988, there are lingering safety concerns about these agents (especially for MM)… MultipleContinue reading
“The cytogenetic PI improves the classification of newly diagnosed patients with MM in the high-risk group compared with current classifications.” An accurate diagnosis of a newly diagnosedContinue reading
Multiple Myeloma survival (and prognosis) varies depending upon a host of factors: the stage of disease, biology including cytogenetic abnormalities and response to therapy. When it comes to a diagnosisContinue reading
“In the (MM) patients who have been treated with or without transplant but achieve MRD-negative status and CR , when they looked at their survival curves, they were very comparable, not statisticallyContinue reading
“The study published online today in Blood offers the first evidence that such familial risks exist across the spectrum of hematologic malignancies (MM).” Second only to “Why did I getContinue reading
They found the incidence of oligoclonal patterns (causing confusion) was significantly higher in multiple myeloma patients who had an autologous stem cell transplant than the patients who had chemotherapyContinue reading
Cancer Genetic Testing can identify the DNA that drives a tumor not the organ or body part, but evidence that they help patients is missing… I often answer cancer coaching questions by telling clientsContinue reading
If you have multiple myeloma your plasma cells produce unhealthy antibodies called monoclonal proteins (M proteins). The accumulation of M proteins in your body can damage organs like your kidneys andContinue reading