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Category Archives for Multiple Myeloma

‘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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Distress, Financial Issues in Myeloma means Shorter OS

“While recent breakthroughs have led to more treatment options for multiple myeloma, patients are also experiencing new side effects, stressful financial issues, and psychological burdens…” What

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Complete remission since ASCT- Kappa and Gamma increasing…

Multiple Myeloma patients try to juggle the damage caused by MM with the damage caused by toxicity. Your numbers (MM) can increase (slightly) while still not damaging any organs Dear David- I was originally

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Multiple Myeloma and Renal aka Kidney Involvement

Kidney injury complicated 50% of patients with multiple myeloma and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. In general, I find lists of facts and statistics to be boring. Unless you are talking

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Multiple Myeloma and your Bones- Diagnostics, Therapies, and Dangers

70-80% of multiple myeloma patients will have bone involvement, with risk for skeletal-related events…Bone lesions most commonly involve the vertebra, ribs, skull, pelvic bones and femur in descending

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Multiple Myeloma Survivor Care Plan Post ASCT

“There is distress from a variety of perspectives…” “There is the fear of cancer (multiple myeloma) recurrence… And there is the concern about psychosocial issues, like anxiety and depression,

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