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Hi David- My mother has had multiple myloma for a while now, she went into remission for five years but relapsed again. She has had two autologous stem cell transplants , and has undergone clinical trials and different types of chemotherapy regimens.
She just turned 50. The hospital (Princess Margaret Cancer Center) said there is nothing else to do for her, therefore is now just treating whatever symptoms. I want her in remission again, she is otherwise healthy and young. She doesn’t drink or smoke, and used to be very active until this crazy disease. If there is something you know that I can pass on for her to get better, would you be able to do so!
Hi MM Caregiver-
I am sorry to read about your mom’s MM diagnosis. You are correct, as MMers go your mom is young and otherwise appears to be healthy. I can think of two things for you and your mom to consider.
While the Princess Margaret Cancer Center is a fine institution, conventionally speaking, it is possible that they have not or cannot offer conventional FDA approved multiple myeloma regimens that are available in the U.S. I do not know of any chemotherapy in particular. I am only wondering about the differences between the U.S. medical system and the Canadian medical system when it comes to multiple myeloma therapies.
If there is a MM specialist who can offer therapies for you to consider it will be Dr. James Berenson. I think a phone call will give you the direction you need.
Secondly, please consider the Multiple Myeloma Cancer Coaching Program. I am a long-term MMer myself and a MM cancer coach. I have researched and created the Multiple Myeloma Cancer Coaching program based on my own experiences since my diagnosis in early ’94.
Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks and good luck.