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Diagnosed with SMM, SPB, or MGUS?

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Cancer Coaching- Newly Diagnosed MGUS Nerve Pain

In addition to MGUS, you have been diagnosed with several possibly overlapping issues all of which may be contributing to your pain. I will address as many possibilities as I can. Hi David, I would like

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MGUS & SMM Risk of Progression to Multiple Myeloma

MGUS, SMM Risk of Progression is Where the Rubber Meets the Road! Even if you have been diagnosed with either MGUS or SMM you may not have the diagnostic information about your pre-multiple myeloma to

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Diagnostic Testing for MGUS

Whether you “watch and wait” or undergo non-toxic MGUS therapies, regular diagnostic testing is now a part of your life You’ve been diagnosed with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined

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MGUS and Genetic Risk of Progressing to Multiple Myeloma

 “The increased risk of multiple myeloma (MM) in relatives of individuals with MGUS is consistent with MGUS being a marker of inherited genetic susceptibility to MM…” Monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined

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MGUS Therapy-Continous, Metronomic, Effective and…Non-Toxic???

Where is it written that chemotherapy must be toxic to be effective against MGUS and SMM? The definition of chemotherapy does NOT say that chemo has to cause collateral damage to kill cancer cells.  MGUS

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Elevated IGG, no M-spike, Dx of MGUS- Thoughts?

“The risk of (MGUS) progression to multiple myeloma or related disorders (in 115 patients) at 20 years with an initial monoclonal protein value of 1.5 g per deciliter was 1.9 times the risk of progression

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MGUS Blood Disorder

“Watch and Wait” or Pursue Evidence-based, Non-toxic Therapies to Reduce your Risk of MGUS Progression- Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance or MGUS is an asymptomatic blood disorder

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MGUS- Lose Weight-Reduce Risk of Progression to Myeloma

According to the study talked about in the video, curcumin and diet can slow the progression of Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance (MGUS) to Multiple Myeloma. I don’t believe in diets.

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MGUS Diagnosis- I Want to Reduce Risk Without Chemo

 I am still scared to death, even reading about survivors of MM and MGUS such as yourself.  I think about my kids and husband daily and hate going in for another diagnosis… Dear David- Thank

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MGUS, IP6 and Inositol

Can MGUS Patients Prevent full-blown MM with IP6 and Inositol? Jim Thinks So- I believe that I have remained in complete remission from my end-stage Multiple Myeloma since ’99 by living an evidence-based,

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