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Revlimid cost for treating multiple myloma
Hi, I'm Bruce R Z.
I took Revlimid, Velcade and Dexamethazone when I was first diagnosed with MM in 2015 before my ASCT. At that time I had already hit my Max Out of pocket, so I really didn’t pay much attention to the cost. After my ASCT, I was supposed to take part in a study for the effectiveness of Revlimid following ASCT, but got dropped when I contracted CIDP, which my Oncologist feels was from the ASCT, …   Read more…

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Caring for someone with multiple myeloma can be a challenge. Caregivers need to know what to expect, but they also have to care for themselves so they’re better prepared to support their loved one... more
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