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“The relative risk (RR) of heart failure was significantly increased in users of bisphophonates…Similarly, the risk for atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias as well as heart failure, wasContinue reading
Adjuvant bisphosphonates were found to reduce bone recurrence and improve survival in postmenopausal patients with nonmetastatic breast cancer The study linked and excerpted below is saying three thingsContinue reading
“The rate of infection in patients with Multiple Myeloma is much higher than in the general population, with bacterial and viral infections predominating…” Multiple Myeloma (MM) is sometimesContinue reading
Research indicates that 80-90% of multiple myeloma patients experience bone damage during their disease. Choose both conventional and non-toxic, non-conventional bone health therapies… Most MMer’sContinue reading
“…study finds significant variation in how drug side effects are reported, potentially making some drugs seem safer or less safe than they really are.” Multiple myeloma (MM) is both aContinue reading
“Gadolinium (Gd)-based contrast agents are frequently used to enhance MRI resolution. We evaluated effect of the most common Gd-containing agent, Omniscan, on myeloma cells.” Multiple myelomaContinue reading
I am a long-term multiple myeloma (MM) survivor. I live with several long-term treatment-related side effects. As such I work hard to maintain my health. Nutrition is a crucial part of fitness for me.Continue reading
“…said their data contradicts the notion that bone lesions are the primary cause of hypercalcemia (HC), noting that 91.2% of patients in their study had bone destruction, but only 16.8% hadContinue reading
“…70 to 80 percent of those older than 70 — aren’t meeting their daily magnesium needs. Women should be getting 320 milligrams per day; men, 420 mg…” Hi Dave- I trust you areContinue reading
“Prescribers are advised that zoledronic acid (bisphophonates) is associated with reports of renal impairment and renal failure, especially in patients with pre-existing renal dysfunction…” HiContinue reading