If you have recently been diagnosed with myeloma, you likely have dozens of questions about what your life will look like as you enter into this new and overwhelming stage of life. At Moffitt Cancer Center, we are not only committed to providing comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and supportive care services to patients with myeloma, but also to helping these individuals better understand their condition and all that comes with it. Many patients have found that learning everything they can about myeloma, their treatment options and how these treatments may affect them can even help to ease some of the initial fear and anxiety that often accompanies a cancer diagnosis.
The following articles may be useful in helping you better understand myeloma:
- Four things to know about myeloma treatment
- What is multiple myeloma?
- Is myeloma a blood cancer?
- What are the early signs of multiple myeloma?
- Four ways to strengthen your body during multiple myeloma treatment
- Does a stem cell transplant cure multiple myeloma?
For more information, individuals with myeloma can turn to the professionals in Moffitt’s Malignant Hematology Program. Our cancer experts can help educate you on your unique condition and the treatment options that may be available to you. We give each patient’s case the individualized attention it deserves to help our patients achieve the best possible outcomes and an improved quality of life.