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“Managing your health care records can be complicated, especially if you’re juggling information from several different medical providers and other sources…” Yet another example ofContinue reading
“Given the frequency of cardiovascular risk factors in multiple myeloma patients as well as the cardiotoxicities associated with the different treatment regimens…” First do no harm? NotContinue reading
“These (CVD) complications can occur both acutely within the first 100 days as well as long-term, many years after the initial transplantation (HSCT) period…” I don’t know what’sContinue reading
“Given the frequency of cardiovascular risk factors in multiple myeloma patients as well as the cardiotoxicities associated with the different treatment regimens, it is essential to closely monitorContinue reading
The 4 cardiovascular and thromboembolic diseases resulting in death in patients with MM were atherosclerosis (n = 88), heart disease (n = 3799), aortic aneurysm and dissection (n = 39), and cerebrovascularContinue reading
It is a well-known fact that chemotherapy can induce endothelial dysfunction and contribute to cardiovascular side effects (in MM), with both venous and arterial thromboembolism (blood clot) associatedContinue reading
Carfilzomib was associated with a significant incidence of cardiovascular adverse events (in multiple myeloma), with higher rates seen with higher doses of carfilzomib. When thinking about multiple myelomaContinue reading
“Collagen I’s fibrils are incredibly strong and used in almost every tissue in the body such as tendons, bones, cartilage, and teeth.” I am a long-term survivor of an incurable blood cancerContinue reading
According to the studies below, long-term (multiple myeloma) cancer survivors have a higher risk of mortality. A 73% higher risk. According to the studies linked and excerpted below, toxic chemotherapyContinue reading