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Multiple myeloma
Hi, I'm David P B.
Patti, You are correct that the treatment is worse than the disease, but don’t be afraid. The disease is very treatable and the side effects are manageable. Lots of people have gone thru it and thrived. If you are just starting with with a few drugs to get you in remission, the side effects are minimal – mostly worry and muddled thinking (called chemo-brain). Once you are in remission they …   Read more…

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Caring for someone with multiple myeloma can be a challenge. Caregivers need to know what to expect, but they also have to care for themselves so they’re better prepared to support their loved one... more
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Updated Apr 12, 2011 in Navigating Care's resources ·
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Guidelines for Patients are available free of charge and designed to provide treatment information in language easily understood by the general publ... more

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