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Why Patient Support and Education

The better educated the patient, and their families the better the outcome of therapy. A patient who understands the disease will tend to be able to pick problems sooner than latter, also, able to follow instructions better. The Support/Education group meets on the third Wednesday of every month. This link will lead to a general description area, that will take you to the page where different events are scheduled with a brief description relative to each talk, and or meeting.

Information/Educational Material:

The Cleveland Clinic Myeloma Research Program provides informational, and educational materials on this page. These topics are usually requested by the Cleveland Clinic patients or patients on the internet. You should feel free to suggest any topics to be addressed in the future.

Chemotherapeutic and Biologic Drugs:

This page describes information relative to different drugs used in the treatment and management of Plasma Cell Dyscrasia in general. Plasma Cell Dyscrasia consists of Multiple Myeloma, Amyloidosis, and Monoclonal gammopathy.

Patient to Patient e-mail:

This page lists the e-mail addresses of different patients and family members to communicate together. Also, members of this page receive a monthly electronic news letter with recent developments in the field.

Fund Development for Research:

Funding for research activities nationwide has been very difficult because of the limited $. This page acknowledges the different Individuals and Corporate that have, and are assisting in the fund raising process for the program.

 
 
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