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Stem cell transplant is not a cure for multiple myeloma; it is another treatment modality for multiple myeloma patients so that they go into a cancer remission stage for a certain period, but cancer recurs after some time. There are two main types of stem cell transplants: autologous and allogeneic transplant.Is there a cure for multiple myeloma?
The current therapeutic approach for newly diagnosed multiple myeloma (NDMM) involves triplet induction therapy ... Gray’s test was used for comparisons. Induction treatment adverse events were estimated from the time of initiation of induction therapy ...How long can you Live after a stem cell transplant?
More than 20,000 individuals have now lived five years or longer after having a stem cell transplant. Here is how it works: The stem cells in healthy bone marrow create blood cells, including the white blood cells that are vital for your immune system.