The Science Behind the Increased Risk for Black People
A look at possible reasons why multiple myeloma affects Black people more than white people, including genes, health care disparities, and the role of MGUS.
How Is Multiple Myeloma Different for Black and Hispanic Populations?
The blood cancer multiple myeloma affects Black and Hispanic people more often than other groups. A closer look at the reasons behind this disparity.
Getting Support for Multiple Myeloma
People who have multiple myeloma often need emotional and psychological support. You can get this from social workers, psychologists, support groups, and peer counselors.
What to Know About Multiple Myeloma
When you get a diagnosis of multiple myeloma, you may not even know what it is. Find out why this type of cancer is different from most others and what your treatment options look like.
Things People With Multiple Myeloma Wish You Knew
Multiple myeloma can take a toll on your life, but better treatments are bringing hope. And a diagnosis doesn’t mean you have to put your life on hold.
How You and Your Doctor Will Choose the Right Multiple Myeloma Treatment
Diagnosed with multiple myeloma? WebMD explores how to decide which treatment is best for you.
Multiple Myeloma Treatment: What’s New?
Is there anything new to treat multiple myeloma, a type of blood cancer? Cutting-edge drugs target and kill cancer cells and use the power of your immune system to fight cancer.
How to Deal With Side Effects of Multiple Myeloma Treatment
Diagnosed with multiple myeloma? WebMD shows how you can conquer treatment-related side effects.
Diana Krall fundraises for leukemia
Diana Krall heads up a star-studded charity event aimed at raising money for leukemia research.
Multiple Myeloma and Your Relationships
WebMD explores how multiple myeloma affects your relationships with family, friends, and significant others.