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Category Archives for Multiple Myeloma

I’m Not a Dr.- What Qualifies as a Multiple Myeloma Expert?

An important motivator for doing what I do is the positive feedback I receive from Multiple Myeloma patients, survivors and caregivers. It’s all about one of the mind-body therapies I talk about-

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Is Multiple Myeloma Curable?

There’s no cure for multiple myeloma, but treatment can bring it into remission, meaning you don’t have any sign of the disease…” While reading an online FB Group of Multiple Myeloma

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What is the Best Treatment For Multiple Myeloma?

“Multiple Myeloma patients who achieved a complete remission experienced a subsequent median survival of 9.7 years compared with 4.4 years for patients who achieved partial response and 2.7 years

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MDR, End-Stage Multiple Myeloma- Any Suggestions?

“The most commonly reported side effects included keratopathy, decreased visual acuity, nausea, blurred vision, pyrexia, infusion-related reactions and fatigue.” Hi David- I am worried that

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Newly Diagnosed- Multiple Myeloma Cancer Coaching Program?

Although not often openly acknowledged, “cure vs control” is the dominant philosophical difference behind many of the strategies, trials, and debates related to the management of myeloma. Hi David-

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Smoldering Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis 4,14 Translocation-

“Conclusions: Thus, this study (by far the largest so far reported) shows that VD as induction before intensification is able to improve the prognosis of patients with t(4,14), but not of those with

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Multiple Myeloma, Chronic Pain and Cure vs. Control

“Chronic pain is a major public health issue in the United States right now. And it’s the most common side effect of cancer (MM) treatment-Charles Jiang, MD,” I’ll take the study

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Relapsed/Refractory, Elderly Multiple Myeloma

The anti-angiogenic potential exhibited by many natural compounds contained in many Mediterranean diet constituents makes this dietary pattern especially interesting as a source of chemopreventive agents… I

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Can Multiple Myeloma Survivors Heal Bone Damage?

Myeloma Bone Damage (MBD) needs a multidisciplinary approach including anti myeloma treatment and the use of other supportive modalities like BPs, radiotherapy, pain control, vertebro-kyphoplasty, and

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Revlimid Maintenance Side Effects-

Antiangiogenesis agents that target the VEGF receptor have additional side effects, including fatigue, diarrhea, biochemical hypothyroidism, hand-foot syndrome, cardiac failure, and hair changes. Hi

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