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“Oncologic treatments, such as curative radiotherapy and chemoradiation, for head and neck (MM) cancer can cause long-term swallowing impairments (side effects – dysphagia) I am a long-termContinue reading
“Finally, in 1995, the first randomized trial was published, with impressive results…But these results didn’t hold up…The approach (ASCT) was recognized for what it was: ineffectiveContinue reading
You were told that a multiple myeloma diagnosis meant that you could live 5-7 years. Consider thinking outside the conventional therapy box… I received my multiple myeloma diagnosis in early 1994.Continue reading
“Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients may be at an increased risk of developing hypertension, diabetes and dyslipidemia (referred to as cardiovascular risk factors (CVRF); and these canContinue reading
“After the cancer itself, blood clots are the second leading cause of death, along with infection, in real-world cancer outpatients receiving chemotherapy… A blood clot (DVT) can be either a symptomContinue reading
“VTE (blood clots) is common in patients with multiple myeloma receiving IMiDs, and can cause disability, delay or complicate chemotherapy, and—in rare cases—be fatal.” Blood clots can be a multipleContinue reading