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Articles That Discuss Multiple Myeloma

End-of-Life Multiple Myeloma- Palliative Care

“Compared with those who never received palliative care, those who received palliative care in any setting fared better, with a higher likelihood of enrollment in hospice…” When the newly

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What Does CRAB Mean In Multiple Myeloma?

“Most patients with MM present with signs or symptoms related to the infiltration of plasma cells into the bone or other organs or to kidney damage from excess light chains. (CRAB)” Explanation

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Prognosis for Multiple Myeloma- Diagnostic Criteria of a Young MM Patient

Prognosis for Multiple Myeloma- What you need to learn from your MM diagnostic criteria- your stage, symptoms, what CRAB stands for… When I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in early 1994, I’m

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Cannabidiol- Multiple Myeloma therapy- CBD Dosage: How Much Is Safe to Take?

CBD Dosage: How Much Is Safe to Take? High CBD strains for Multiple Myeloma? Answers to Frequently Asked Questions… The stage and symptoms at which your multiple myeloma (MM) is diagnosed will often

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Multiple Myeloma Survivor- Treatment-Related Cancer?

“Should we treat patients with myeloma with multidrug, multitransplant combinations with the goal of potentially curing a subset of patients, recognizing that the risk of adverse events and effect

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Lytic Lesions, Bone Health and Multiple Myeloma-

In (MM) patients receiving long-term therapy (dexamethasone), glucocorticoids induce fractures in 30 to 50% and osteonecrosis in 9 to 40%… You have been diagnosed with a blood cancer called multiple

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Myeloma, Nerve Pain & Vitamin D3

“PN is not only induced by treatment, as studies have found percentages of PN in newly diagnosed MM patients in 13% … Vitamin D Deficiency Getting enough, but not too much, vitamin D is needed

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Multiple Myeloma, Hematopoietic Stem-cell Transplantation, Bone Loss, Risk of Fracture

Results of a single-institution study have found that survivors of hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation (HSCT) were at a significantly increased risk for fracture, with an approximately eight times

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‘Financial Conflict’ in Myeloma Oncologists’ Compensation?

“Last week a myeloma patient told me his oncologist had switched him from Zoledronic acid (ZA) to a ‘new, easier’ option: denosumab. A recent @ASCO guideline in @JCO_ASCO said both were

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Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatments, Cured?

I was diagnosed in 1994. My prognosis was 3-5 years. I haveĀ maintained complete remission from End-Stage Multiple Myeloma since 1999. Am I cured?Ā  Giving the newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patient

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