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Living with multiple myeloma:
You are not alone

Facing multiple myeloma isn’t something you have to handle on your own. It’s important to your overall well-being to find support as you deal with physical symptoms, as well as thoughts and feelings that may be difficult. It may help to know there are others who understand what you’re experiencing, because they’re living with it too. When you share something significant and meaningful with others, it can make you like a family.


Yet more than multiple myeloma brings this family together. This is a family who stands united in mutual support, determination, and caring.


A large number of hematologists specialize in multiple myeloma and the number of pharmaceutical companies researching this type of cancer has grown in recent years. This should encourage and remind you that you are not alone on your multiple myeloma journey.


You can also find support here by requesting special information from Multiple Myeloma and You, designed to help you navigate the emotional ups and downs of living with multiple myeloma.


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