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Category Archives for Multiple Myeloma

Stem Cell Transplant Increased Multiple Myeloma Survival?

The top article linked and excerpted below documents how improvements in the aggressive, high-dose therapy- an autologous stem cell transplant (ASCT)- has improved overall survival for newly diagnosed

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ASCT Now or Later? No Diff-

“Meta-regression analyses failed to demonstrate any association between CR or VGPR with either overall survival or progression-free survival both in patients receiving autologous stem cell transplant

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Considering Stem Cell Transplant for MM? – Read This First!

“Overall survival (OS), progression-free survival (PFS), cumulative incidence of relapse, non-relapse mortality, hematopoietic recovery and second primary malignancy rates were not significantly

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Chemotherapy-Induced Pain-I.D. Manage

Multiple Myeloma chemotherapy, causes short, long-term and late stage side effects. Chemotherapy-induced pain is central to the discussion of side effects if the patient wants to manage or even heal the

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Heal Avascular Necrosis W/out Surgery?

“Glucocorticoid- induced osteonecrosis develops in 9–40% of patients receiving long-term therapy although it may also occur with short-term exposure to high doses…As a result, osteonecrosis

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Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis – A How-To Guide

“If the doctor ends up give you a diagnosis of MM  during your appointment and you don’t understand what it is or what it means, feel free to ask additional questions…” The NYT article

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Late Effects, Death from Autologous Stem Cell Transplant

“ASCT patients who have survived for at least 5 years post-transplantation are at a fourfold to ninefold increased risk of late mortality for as long as 30 years from ASCT, producing an estimated

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Bisphosphonates, Zometa, Heart Damage

“The relative risk (RR) of heart failure was significantly increased in users of bisphophonates…Similarly, the risk for atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias as well as heart failure, was

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Multiple Myeloma Symptom- SRE aka Bone Damage

“Concurrent management of (bone damage) with approved therapies as well as evidence-based management of the MM with the most effective therapies early in the disease life-cycle itself might be the key

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Radiation-Induced Pain- Dermatitis, Dysphagia, CIPN, RILP

“Tumor type, tumor severity, and cancer treatment strategies all factor into the pathogenesis of chronic pain, with estimates indicating chronic pain in 50% of those with early cancer and 75% of

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