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“Non-IgM MGUS is considered a preneoplastic condition with an annual risk of progression of approximately 1%. Risk of progression is increased when M protein greater than or equal to 15 g/L and withContinue reading
“In addition, a common genetic susceptibility for developing both an autoimmune disease and MM/MGUS might also exist.” Hi David- I recently received a monoclonal gammopathy of undeterminedContinue reading
“The results showed that curcumin strongly inhibited proliferation of Raji cells, (lymphoma) for Raji cells was 22.8 +/- 1.82 micromol/L and curcumin induced Raji cell apoptosis in a time- and dose-dependentContinue reading
“There are different forms of myeloma-related conditions (MM,SMM,MGUS). Some require treatment, some do not, but all will require regular check-ups to monitor whether the disease is progressing.” HelloContinue reading
Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance aka MGUS is not cancer. It is considered to be a “blood disorder” or pre-multiple myeloma. Hello David: Great work you are doing to get usContinue reading