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John Whyte, MD, chief medical officer at WebMD, and gastroenterologist Paul Limburg, MD, talk about the incredible advances in cancer screenings over the past several years, especially for colorectal cancers.
John Whyte, MD, chief medical officer at WebMD, and Lewis Cantley, MD, a professor of cancer biology at Weill Cornell Medicine, discuss the connection between sugar, obesity, and certain cancers. Does glucose feed cancer cells?
Bone Marrow TransplantsLearn why you may need one, how to prepare, and more.
Is Your Treatment Working?Learn the possible signs of relapse and what to do when your therapy no longer helps you.
Stem Cell Transplants: The BasicsGet the facts about how they can be used to treat multiple myeloma.
Your Treatment OptionsFrom chemotherapy to CAR T-cell therapy, what you need to know.
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Multiple Myeloma DietGetting the right nutrients is an important part of getting well. These diet tips and tricks can help.
Choosing a Cancer Treatment CenterOne key issue you'll need to tackle early in your journey is where to get the best treatment. Here's where to start.
Building a Support NetworkTake these simple steps to create a network that will stick with you through treatment and beyond.
Multiple Myeloma PainFrom medications to procedures and devices, learn how you and your doctor can handle it.
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