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Multiple Myeloma

New Study Shows Racial Disparities Still Common in the Treatment of  Patients with Multiple Myeloma
Multiple Myeloma
Among Americans diagnosed with multiple myeloma, black and Hispanic patients receive their first treatment about 3 months later than white patients. Delays in treatment means unnecessary complications. Closing this racial gap is therefore paramount.
Working with Your Treatment Team to Decide on the Best Options for You
LeukemiaLymphomaMultiple Myeloma
People who are diagnosed with blood cancer need to learn enough about it without being overwhelmed, and to take part in their treatment decisions. Communicate important personal information to your care team.
My Plans for the Future—Dying Isn’t Part of It
Multiple Myeloma
Michael Pascoe and his wife were about to embark on a fresh start in 2014 when he learned he had multiple myeloma—an incurable blood cancer. Soon, the stress and overwhelming medical bills mounted. As the couple struggled to remain positive, they then learned that his wife had cancer, too.
Finding Positive Spots in My Multiple Myeloma Journey
Multiple MyelomaPatient Stories
Saying a few good words about cancer may seem a daunting task. However, lately it has occurred to me that my journey with cancer has some bright spots. It all began on March 17, 2014. The day you learn you might have cancer is a date you never forget.
Don Baylor’s Baseball Career Guided His Approach to Battling Multiple Myeloma
Multiple MyelomaPatient Stories
Baseball MVP Don Baylor died in 2017 after a 14-year battle with multiple myeloma, but his legacy lives on thanks to the work of his son, together with Don’s close friend and Baseball Hall of Famer, Dave Winfield.
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