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SMOLDERING MYELOMA

For myeloma, it is important, to begin with, whether the patient is experiencing symptoms. It is common to classify patients with newly diagnosed myeloma as being either Symptomatic from the disease (having symptoms and signs) or Asymptomatic/Smoldering (without any symptoms). Smoldering myeloma is a slow-growing blood cancer that can affect plasma cells, which are the

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obese people

Should all obese people lose weight?

As obesity is a well-known risk factor for diseases like diabetes, heart diseases and for some cancers. Why not all obese suffer from all these diseases? Should all obese people lose weight? Why are they "metabolically healthy"? It is explained on the basis of Inflammation. It means your immune system has sensed a

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