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MM patients who undergo an autologous stem cell transplant and DO achieve a long overall survival (15 years!) develop a variety of long-term and late stage side effects including: Hi David- What supplementsContinue reading
Bisphosphonate therapy side effects include- Upset Stomach/Esophageal Inflammation, Osteonecrosis of the Jaw, Bone, Joint, and Muscle Pain, Femur Fracture Hi David- I’ve been following PeopleBeatingCancerContinue reading
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“…said their data contradicts the notion that bone lesions are the primary cause of hypercalcemia (HC), noting that 91.2% of patients in their study had bone destruction, but only 16.8% hadContinue reading