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A multiple myeloma doctor answers the hard-hitting questions, like how long do I have to live?
Bone breaks, pinched nerves, infections, and excess calcium in the blood can be sources of pain with multiple myeloma. Learn how to minimize that pain with an array of pain interventions.
While a cure for multiple myeloma remains elusive, numerous clinical trials and research continue to lengthen life expectancies.
Most people with multiple myeloma can make lifestyle changes to enhance comfort and well-being. The following frames provide information and resources for action.
Stem cells are uniquely special cells and a stem cell transplant is a medical procedure to help or cure people suffering from certain types of cancer.
The complications of multiple myeloma stem from myeloma’s effect on the body as well as its symptoms. As the myeloma cells grow in excess, they disrupt normal cell production, which can result in numerous health complications.