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Multiple myeloma

Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the bone marrow that results in production of abnormal blood plasma cells. The disease is linked to substantial morbidity and mortality, and there is currently no cure. Patients being treated for multiple myeloma will experience symptom free periods, but they will relapse as the disease develops resistance to the treatment.

Image explaining the main characteristics of multiple myeloma

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The classic CRAB symptoms of multiple myeloma

Image showing the disease course of multiple myeloma

Image with information on relapsed and refractory multiple myeloma

Information on Extramedullary Diease (EMD)

Continuation of the information of Extramedullary Diease (EMD)

Image with information on what characteristics novel agents against multiple myeloma should have