Signs of Relapsed Multiple Myeloma

Multiple myeloma is a type of cancer for which symptoms usually do not appear early. That’s unfortunate because symptoms are what motivate people to seek help. It’s important to understand the difference between signs and symptoms.
Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN

Managing Symptoms and Side Effects

Most people with multiple myeloma can make lifestyle changes to enhance comfort and well-being. The following frames provide information and resources for action.
Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN

How Do Stem Cell Transplants Work?

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.
Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN

The Realities of a Stem Cell Transplant

Read Traver Hutchins’ story about what it’s actually like to receive a stem cell transplant and some of his tips that helped him throughout the process.
Lara DeSanto

Multiple Myeloma Complications

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.
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

Choosing A Doctor

Choosing a doctor that specializes in multiple myeloma is one of the most important decisions you will have to make.
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

Multiple Myeloma Symptoms

Multiple myeloma symptoms may vary by patient, with the early stages of myeloma often presenting no visible symptoms or signs.
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

Multiple Myeloma Stages

The stages of multiple myeloma are used to indicate the degree to which the cancer has progressed.
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

Multiple Myeloma Genetic Factors

Multiple myeloma genetic factors are abnormalities in the number or structure of chromosomes. Research has shown that genetic factors may be linked to multiple myeloma.
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

Multiple Myeloma Causes

The cause of multiple myeloma has not yet been identified. Although scientists have made advancements in understanding how multiple myeloma develops, it is unclear as to what exactly causes the disease.
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

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