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“Peripheral neuropathy can be part of a paraneoplastic syndrome accompanying the disease but more commonly is a consequence of treatment with neurotoxic therapies, and produces sensory, motor, autonomicContinue reading
“We describe baseline incidence and risk factors for new cancers (treatment-related secondary cancer) in 4161 persons receiving autotransplants for multiple myeloma in the United States from 1990Continue reading
“This is the first study that puts chemo brain on a sound scientific footing, in terms of neurobiology and cellular biology.” After years of denials, excuses and stalling from conventional oncologyContinue reading
“These findings parallel observations in studies of (multiple myeloma) survivors with cognitive difficulties (chemobrain). MRI scans of these patients’ brains revealed a condition similar to leukoencephalopathy.” AfterContinue reading
“These (CVD) complications can occur both acutely within the first 100 days as well as long-term, many years after the initial transplantation (HSCT) period…” I don’t know what’sContinue reading
Conclusion: PAd is an active salvage therapy with manageable toxicity in patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma. The good news is that there is a long and growing list of conventional, FDAContinue reading
“Prevalence of hypogonadism (low testosterone) in men with cancer (chemotherapy) has been reported between 40% and 90%, which is significantly higher than in the general population.” I beatContinue reading