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Category Archives for Pre-Myeloma

Smoldering Multiple Myeloma (SMM) – Chemo now, later?

“New studies (pre-habilitation) suggest that a multimodal approach that incorporates both physical and psychological prehabilitation interventions may be more effective than a unimodal approach that

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Pre- Myeloma? Stage 1 Multiple Myeloma? Cure vs. Control

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 on quality

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Risk of Progression for Smoldering Multiple Myeloma is Reduced…at what cost?

“Lenalidomide (Revlimid) induced a 72% reduction in the risk of progression to symptomatic disease in patients with smoldering multiple myeloma at 3 years” The challenge with pre-myeloma, Monoclonal

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Multiple Myeloma Diet- Liver Enzymes, Inflammation

Regarding your question about multiple myeloma diet and liver enzymes, or I should say, a diet to bring down liver enzymes when they are high, I have linked an article below… Hello David, thank you

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Rheumatologic Disease Inc. Risk of MGUS to Multiple Myeloma

“Patients with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) have twice the risk of developing multiple myeloma (MM) if they have non-antibody (Ab)-mediated rheumatic diseases (RDs)…” Rheumatic

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MGUS, Myeloma AL Amyloidosis- Conventional, Non-Conventional

“Bortezomib with dexamethasone as first-line treatment for AL amyloidosis with renal involvement…in multiple myeloma or MGUS patients?” You’ve been diagnosed with multiple myeloma

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Chemo for High Risk Smoldering Myeloma- Pain…

“…among the lenalidomide-treated patients, grade 3 or 4 hematologic and nonhematologic adverse events occurred in 36 patients (41%), with nonhematologic adverse events occurring in 25 patients

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MGUS, SMM- Cytogenetic Risk, TTP of Multiple Myeloma

“What determines the risk of progression from asymptomatic to symptomatic myeloma…Most widespread and validated adversely predictive chromosomal aberrations (high-risk aberrations) in this

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Solitary Plasmacytoma of Bone-

“Our study confirms that WBMRI detects skeletal disease in a higher number of treatment-na├»ve patients than 18F-FDG PET/CT and also detects a higher number of lesions per patient with concordance

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SMM, Stage 1 Myeloma- NOT SOC, Longer Prognosis

Standard-risk patients should never be undertreated, as they derive the highest relative benefit from using the best available registered therapies. (Oncology and I disagree…) Hi David – I

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