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Multiple Myeloma Therapy- Omega-3 Fatty Acids- Heart, Brain, Blood

The list of health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) listed below may seem endless. And it might seem impossible for daily dose of omega-3 fatty acids to provide all the of the health and multiple

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Xarelto Lawsuit Highlights Risks of Conventional Blood Thinners

“Given all this information, people who are on Xarelto, or those caring for those who are, may have some concerns. Experts say it’s best to take those concerns straight to the doctor or specialist

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Multiple Myeloma Diagnostics- DIY Blood Work-

Blood Diagnostic Testing for the Layman- LabCorp blood work October 2014 From the time I was first diagnosed with multiple myeloma (MM) in January of 1994, I have learned one thing above all others. Accurate

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Blood Clot- Increase Risk of Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis?

“It is well known that early treatment is crucial for the prognosis of many types of cancer, and our findings show that an arterial thrombosis in the leg is associated with an increased risk…” I

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Multiple Myeloma Side Effects- Revlimid Risks Blood Clot Despite Blood Thinners

Overall, a substantial risk of VTE associated with lenalidomide-based regimens (MM side effect) was evident in controlled clinical trial settings, despite adequate thromboprophylaxis.” You’ve

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End-Stage Multiple Myeloma- Blood Clot (DVT) Prevention

“patients with advanced cancer admitted to specialist palliative care units (SPCUs) found that 1 in 3 had deep vein thrombosis and that thromboprophylaxis may have little benefit for late-stage disease.” Patients

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Hospitalized for Heart Failure, Stroke? Reduce Blood Clot (VTE) Risk-

Patients with an acute medical illness such as pneumonia, stroke, or congestive heart failure are highly susceptible to the development of venous thromboembolism (VTE) during their hospital stay and up

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Surviving Multiple Myeloma- Post-Cancer Fear

Today, there are 16.9 million cancer survivors in the U.S., and 64 percent of them are 65 or older. It is estimated that 75,000 of these are surviving MM. I have survived multiple myeloma since my diagnosis

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Cancer Patients, Survivors, Caregivers- Counseling as Therapy

When I first read the article below about cancer survival increasing the risk of mental "issues" (as my son Alex says)  I said to myself, DUH!  Being a long term cancer survivor increases

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Multiple Myeloma Side Effects- Chemo & Blood Clot (VTE) Prevention

Although anticoagulant therapy is recommended to prevent VTE, the increased risk of anticoagulant-induced bleeding is however of significant concern in patients with cancer… When it comes to VTE

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