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Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance aka MGUS is not cancer. It is considered to be a “blood disorder” or pre-multiple myeloma. Hello David: Great work you are doing to get usContinue reading
Smoldering multiple myeloma is an intermediate stage between MGUS and myeloma and is associated with a higher risk of progression of approximately 10% year Though the article linked below is titled “multipleContinue reading
Pre-MM diagnosis (MGUS, SMM)? Don’t watch and wait. Undergo evidence-based, non-toxic therapies shown to kill MM- Pre-Myeloma is comprised of 3 diagnoses- SBP, MGUS and SMM. MGUS and SMM are consideredContinue reading
“…based on 29 cases that progressed to MM or other LP diseases later in life, our study found midlife obesity to be a risk factor for progression among individuals diagnosed with MGUS.” HiContinue reading
“Plasma cell dyscrasias (MGUS, SMM, MM) are a heterogeneous group of disorders caused by the monoclonal proliferation of lymphoplasmacytic cells in the bone marrow. Multiple myeloma is the mostContinue reading
“Individuals with low-risk/intermediate-risk MGUS can convert to high-risk MGUS and progress to multiple myeloma within five years…” I think it makes sense that serum immune markers ofContinue reading
“Hyperdiploid-myeloma is associated with male sex, kappa immunoglobulin subtype, symptomatic bone disease and better survival compared to nonhyperdiploid-MM Hi David-I contacted you a couple monthsContinue reading
“The results showed that curcumin strongly inhibited proliferation of Raji cells, (lymphoma) for Raji cells was 22.8 +/- 1.82 micromol/L and curcumin induced Raji cell apoptosis in a time- and dose-dependentContinue reading
What Does It Mean for MGUS and HPV to be “Associated?” Actionable Non-Toxic Therapy is For the Pre-Myeloma Patient- The study linked and excerpted below cites a small study of MGUS patients,Continue reading