How is myeloma different in Black Americans? Watch as Dr. Craig Cole breaks down what Blacks need to know about multiple myeloma and how the disease affects Blacks compared to other races.
The Latest In Multiple Myeloma Cancer
How much do you know about the warning signs and symptoms of multiple myeloma? Dr. Craig Cole shares the signs you shouldn't ignore as well as the potential complications of multiple myeloma and what can be done about them.
Blood cancer is a term used to describe cancers that affect the blood, bone marrow, and lymphatic system. There are three main types of blood cancer: leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. Watch as Dr. Craig Cole breaks down what each type read more about What is Blood Cancer and Multiple Myeloma?
Sponsored by GSK Multiple myeloma is a cancer that affects a person’s plasma cells, which helps the body fight infection and disease. It can permanently weaken bones and damage organs,1 and it’s the most common blood cancer in people of read more about Three Opportunities to Potentially Improve Multiple Myeloma Care for Black Patients
When most people hear the word “Cancer” they automatically think death sentence! Cancer is something no one wants to experience, but you can’t help but see cancer everywhere you look. Most people have had some encounter with this terrible disease. read more about Starting Chemotherapy? Here’s What You Can Expect.
Brought to you in partnership with the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) Surviving one form of cancer only to be diagnosed with another can be a hard pill to swallow. In fact, it’s what happened to breast cancer survivor Evelyn read more about My Multiple Myeloma Story: “I Was Misdiagnosed 3 Times”
Brought to you in partnership with the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Because caring for someone can be challenging and unpredictable -- affecting more than just the patient -- support is key to an effective treatment plan. When you discover that read more about Essential Tips For The Multiple Myeloma Caregiver