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High risk deletion 17pm Myeloma
Hi, I'm Paul H.
Hi, my name is Paul, recently diagnosed with Multiple Myleoma and very recently obtained Cytogenetic results indicating deletion of 17p which from what I understand is classified as high risk. Interested in knowing if others have experience with this.   Read more…

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Cancer Survivorship resource that helps you find resources and information to help you on your cancer survivorship journey. The Dragonfly Angel Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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The link provided herein gives great advice for how to get through chemo and radiation. The advice for care of radiation burns and getting through the day-to-day may also help some rectal cancer p... more
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