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“…based on 29 cases that progressed to MM or other LP diseases later in life, our study found midlife obesity to be a risk factor for progression among individuals diagnosed with MGUS.” HiContinue reading
Serious adverse events were reported in 494 (45%) of 1097 patients receiving lenalidomide compared with 150 (17%) of 874 patients on observation. “Hi David- I was diagnosed with mm in sept. 2018Continue reading
“Xerostomia can lead to speech and eating difficulties, halitosis (bad breath), an increase in the number of dental cavities (saliva helps prevent tooth decay), and infections in the mouth, suchContinue reading
Patients with double-refractory multiple myeloma had an overall response rate of 68% and patients with high-risk disease had a response rate of 56% If you’ve been told that your MM is “doubleContinue 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
“Bone disease is an important issue in multiple myeloma and there is emerging evidence that patients with smoldering multiple myeloma and MGUS also have increased risk of skeletal-related events.” HiContinue reading
As part of a scoping review regarding arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury, we reviewed the scientific literature pertaining to toxicant excretion in sweat (detox)… I often say that managing multipleContinue reading