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Multiple Myeloma Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment

What Is Multiple Myeloma? Multiple Myeloma (additionally referred to as myeloma) is a kind of uncommon, incurable cancer of the blood– also known as hematologic cancer cells. It affects cells called plasma cells, which are sorts of white blood cells. Regular plasma cells operate to make antibodies, aiding the body to eliminate infection. Myeloma includes deadly plasma cells that develop in the bone marrow or the soft tissue in the facility of bones.

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What Is Multiple Myeloma? Multiple Myeloma (additionally referred to as myeloma) is a kind of uncommon, incurable cancer of the blood– also known as hematologic cancer cells. It affects cells called plasma cells, which are sorts of white blood cells. Regular plasma cells operate to make antibodies, aiding the body to eliminate infection. Myeloma includes deadly plasma cells that develop in the bone marrow or the soft tissue in the facility of bones.

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