About Multiple Myeloma
What is multiple myeloma and how is it treated?
Multiple myeloma is cancer of the plasma cell which helps fight off infection. These cancerous cells build up and eventually damage the body. Myeloma is the second most common blood cancer.
What is Multiple Myeloma?
It helps to know the basics behind multiple myeloma so you can make informed decisions for better outcomes.
Multiple myeloma can be highly manageable. Get a head start by knowing what may come after your diagnosis.
Your specific multiple myeloma diagnosis is so important. Learn about the different diagnostic tests and how to get a precise diagnosis.
There is a broad range of treatment options available to help you manage your multiple myeloma so you may get the best outcomes possible.
The MMRF is here to connect you with the people, institutions, treatments, trials and resources you need.
It's important to know the main types of myeloma drug therapies and how they work to control or destroy multiple myeloma cells.
Find a Treatment Center
Finding an experienced cancer center is the first step to finding the right treatment. Find a cancer center that specializes in multiple myeloma near you.
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