Symptom: Multiple Myeloma

    Multiple myeloma is a cancer of certain cells of the bone marrow called plasma cells. Multiple myeloma is a form of bone marrow cancer. Plasma cells normally produce our antibodies. Multiple myeloma features abnormal proliferation of plasma cells in the bone marrow, destructive bone lesions, and the production of abnormal proteins, specifically antibodies. Multiple myeloma is also referred to as myeloma. Multiple myeloma causes a host of organ problems and symptoms. Common symptoms of multiple myeloma include
    • fatigue,
    • bone pain,
    • bone fracture,
    • susceptibility to infection,
    • kidney failure.

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