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“Although peripheral neuropathy and myelosuppression have been recognized as the most relevant bortezomib-related adverse effects, cardiac and skeletal muscle toxicities are relatively common inContinue reading
“This real-life survey indicates that re-treatment including bortezomib as a first salvage therapy could be still considered in MM patients achieving durable response after initial exposure to bortezomib.” Multi-drugContinue reading
“The challenge for multiple myeloma survivors however, is that each proteasome inhibitor will stop working eventually. MDR aka multi-drug resistance is a fact for all multiple myeloma chemotherapyContinue reading
“… daratumumab/darzalex is both cytotoxic to Multiple Myeloma and causes side effects- especially to elderly patients.” Good afternoon, David. My name is Sherry. My dad who is 74 yearsContinue reading
Curcumin (Cu), which has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, is the most active constituent of turmeric, making up between two to six percent of this spice.” Dear Cancer Coach: IsContinue reading