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Category Archives for Multiple Myeloma

Living w/ Myeloma Since 2002- Long-term Survivor Story-

Gloria was 65 years old when she was diagnosed with Kappa Light Chain Multiple Myeloma in August 2002. She initially began to experience low back pain in April 2002 which gradually worsened over the next

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Multiple Myeloma Chemotherapy- Low Platelets? Low Red Blood Cells?

Low platelets and anemia come with both multiple myeloma chemotherapy ask well as from MM itself- consider non-toxic therapies. Probably the single most often side effect cited by patient undergoing multiple

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Chemobrain Coping- Multiple Myeloma Survivor’s list of 8 after 25 years-

I consider my chemobrain (from MM treatment) to be similar to what Jane Brody calls “age-related cognitive decline.” While I may not be able to cure both, I do believe in the therapies below- Chemobrain

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5 High Cannabinoid Percentage C-B-D Oil Strains for Multiple Myeloma

“But the characteristic that causes C-B-D (cannabinoids) to stand out, particularly in the mainstream media, is that it produces none of the psychoactive “high” effects for which T-H-C is famous…” I

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Resveratrol = Anti-Aging, Slow Multiple Myeloma, Slow chronic disease?

a phase II study evaluating resveratrol (RES) in patients with Alzheimer disease showed that resveratrol can delay cognitive decline in the ability to perform daily tasks119 Can Resveratrol (RES) slow

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Young Myeloma Patient? Tandem Stem Cell Transplant?

HSCT 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 HSCT, producing an estimated 30% lower

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Multiple Myeloma Side Effects- VTE, Blood Clot Risk Reduction

“With an aging population and a rising prevalence of obesity and cancer (MM), the incidence of VTE is expected to increase in the coming years…” If you’ve been diagnosed with multiple

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Multiple Myeloma Side Effect- Chemotherapy-Induced Nerve Pain (CIPN)

“Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) may negatively influence multiple myeloma (MM) patients’ health-related quality of life.” While there is a long and growing list of

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Avascular Necrosis in the long-term Multiple Myeloma Survivor

My point is that there would be more AVN diagnoses if the average five-year survival for Multiple Myeloma patients was more than 51%.  Hi David. I am an 18 year multiple myeloma survivor. I’ve had

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Multiple Myeloma Side Effects- Prevention of Nerve Damage

 “Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy is often under-recognized and probably under-reported…” “Many of our chemotherapy treatments for a variety of cancers — such as lung

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