When you are first diagnosed with cancer, including multiple myeloma, you probably have many questions. You may ask: Do I have a multiple myeloma specialist close to my home? If not, am I able to travel? Should I consider participating in a clinical trial if I am eligible and my doctor recommends it?
After the shock of being diagnosed with multiple myeloma wore off, you have learned a new “language” related to cancer and multiple myeloma care, you have likely read and talked about treatment options, and you may have already started treatment. You may have also joined a support group.
Take a look at the various medical professionals who assist in the treatment of multiple myeloma, from hematologists to specialists. Finding the right provider is a crucial step in the treatment process.
Dentist John Killip presents his journey with multiple myeloma, which included using his professional skills to give himself a stem-cell injection as part of his transplant, and joining the MMJP program.
Last modified: June 5, 2020
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