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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
Probiotics by their properties may help strengthen homeostasis and thus reduce side effects associated with cancer treatment (mm chemotherapy) Multiple myeloma (MM) is an incurable blood cancer with anContinue reading
“We aimed to clarify the therapeutic effects on Multiple Myeloma cells and their progenitors by hyperthermia. Heat treatment at 43°C time-dependently induced MM cell death.” Whole-body hyperthermiaContinue reading