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Misdiagnosis, Dr. James Berenson, Stage 1 Multiple Myeloma

The single most difficult aspect of multiple myeloma is that it is difficult to diagnose. This is why 95% of all newly diagnosed MM (NDMM) patients are stage II,III. Fortunately, the NDMM patient below

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Advanced Multiple Myeloma- End Stage Diagnosis

“Individual meaning-centered psychotherapy (IMCP) significantly improves psychological outcomes and spiritual well-being among patients with advanced cancer (multiple myeloma)… When I went

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Velcade/Bortezomib- CIPN, Heart, Blood, Muscle Damage

“Although peripheral neuropathy and myelosuppression have been recognized as the most relevant bortezomib-related adverse effects, cardiac and skeletal muscle toxicities are relatively common in

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Donate to PeopleBeatingCancer- 501C3 Non-Profit

The Galen Foundation dba PeopleBeatingCancer is a 501C3 nonprofit organization providing Myeloma, Skin, Esophageal cancer as well as long-term and late stage coaching, research and advocacy to cancer patients

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Multiple Myeloma Chemotherapy Kills (SAE/FAE)

“They found that 14 drug trial reports did not include data on SAE s, 22 presented no data on serious events, and two presented no data on deaths (FAE)“ Don’t expect your oncologist to

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Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis- Can’t Trust Conventional Cancer Research

You were told that a multiple myeloma diagnosis meant that you could live 5-7 years. Consider thinking outside the conventional therapy box… I received my multiple myeloma diagnosis in early

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Neuroendocrine Tumors- A Complete Guide to Understand the Condition & Its Coding

With incidence rates increasing markedly over the past fifteen years more and more people are being diagnosed with cancer. Accounting for a small fraction of the number of new cancer cases, more than 12,000

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Living w/ Myeloma Since 2002- Long-term Survivor Story-

Gloria was 65 years old when she was diagnosed with Kappa Light Chain Multiple Myeloma in August 2002. She initially began to experience low back pain in April 2002 which gradually worsened over the next

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How Can A Person Maintain Mental Health Through Exercise?

Be it for physical health or mental health, or both, exercise, in my experience anyway, is the single most effective therapy there is. I say that as a long-term cancer survivor who has struggled with his

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Healing Chemotherapy-Induced Aging-

“Senescence (/sɪˈnɛsəns/) or biological aging is the gradual deterioration of functional characteristics in living organisms. The word senescence can refer to either cellular senescence or to

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