When multiple myeloma is diagnosed, it is the doctor who decides with the patient what treatment is best for the specific case. The decision is not easy, and treatment may be different for each individual.It is not always necessary to start treatment when multiple myeloma is diagnosed. The decision about whether to start treatment immediately… Continue reading How multiple myeloma is treated
At the beginning of the disease, symptoms may be absent; patients with multiple myeloma may experience many different signs and symptoms, which can vary greatly from person to person. Signs of the disease include bone pain, susceptibility to infection, severe fatigue, kidney failure, and various general nonspecific symptoms. When the disease is established, most patients already… Continue reading Multiple Myeloma Symptoms
Multiple myeloma is a cancer that originates from a type of white blood cells called plasma cells. These cells are primarily found in the bone marrow and are an important part of the immune system, as they produce various antibodies used by our bodies to fight infections.Multiple myeloma damages the plasma cells, which turn into… Continue reading What is multiple myeloma?