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Comment from: Hutch, 55-64 Male (Caregiver) Published: November 18

My husband is 59 years old and recently diagnosed with stage 1 multiple myeloma. Initially symptoms began with severe fatigue, back pain, excruciating headaches, and pneumonia. Two months later admitted to the hospital for dizziness which resulted in anemia. Blood tests revealed high levels of protein in his blood work. He was recently hospitalized for five days for chemotherapy treatments.


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