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Your family is bigger
than you know

When a group of people share something significant or meaningful they often form a sort of family who may share common experiences and empathize with one another. Just like a family, a significant characteristic that all people with Multiple Myeloma share is a protein found on cancerous myeloma cells called BCMA, which stands for B-cell maturation antigen.1,2


BCMA contributes to the spread and growth of the disease.1 The more we know about BCMA, the better informed the Multiple Myeloma community will be.


More than just BCMA brings this family together. Individuals in the Multiple Myeloma community stand united in mutual support and determination.


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