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MGUS- Evidence-Based, Non-Toxic Therapies

Don’t Want to “Watch and Wait?” Reduce Your Risks of Multiple Myeloma, Lose a Few Pounds, Get Healthy and Feel Great- A diagnosis of monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance

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Wait for Pre-Myeloma to Progress or Try Non-Conventional Therapies?

Now we have to wonder how long the lesion (pre-myeloma) will sit there. We can’t pretend they’re not there, but we don’t know what they mean. A single plasmacytoma (SBP), monoclonal gammopathy of

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MGUS- Risk of Blood Clots

Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance- Asymptomatic, Pre-Myeloma Blood Disorder that can Increase Susceptibility to Deep Vein Thrombosis aka Blood Clots Have you been diagnosed with Monoclonal

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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, 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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High Risk Smoldering Myeloma? Treat or Wait?

A recent update confirmed an overall survival advantage after a median follow-up of more than six years,”How can overall survival be measured in pre-Multiple Myeloma (MGUS, SMM)? The oncologist in

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Pre-myeloma- Kidney Damage

Because they do not meet conditions for smoldering multiple myeloma or MM, these patients are mistakenly diagnosed as MGUS (or pre-myeloma)  While the studies linked below are confusing at best, it is

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Why Treat Smoldering Multiple Myeloma W/Toxic Chemo Now?

“Most people with smoldering multiple myeloma eventually develop myeloma, which is why patients are closely monitored by their doctors.” Most people with smoldering multiple myeloma progress

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Can MGUS Patient Predict Progression to Multiple Myeloma?

“Individuals with low-risk/intermediate-risk MGUS can convert to high-risk MGUS and progress to multiple myeloma within five years…” I think it makes sense that serum immune markers of

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Low But Persistent Risk of MGUS

Interestingly, the risk for MGUS progression in the IgM group — 10.8 times higher than the general population — was higher than that seen in non-IgM patients — 5.7 times higher than the general population. If

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MGUS-IgG Kappa Diagnosis and Freaked Out!

The rate of transformation of monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significancer (MGUS) to MM or other lymphoproliferative diseases is 1% per year Dear Cancer Coach- I have Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined

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MGUS, PPI’s, Barrett’s Esophagus and Bone Health

Esophageal involvement (barrett’s esophagus) by multiple myelomas is uncommon in the English literature. Here we report an extremely rare involvement in MM/MGUS Hi David- I was diagnosed with Barrett’s

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