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Multiple myeloma is a cancer that begins in plasma cells, a type of white blood cell. These cells are part of your immune system, which helps protect the body from germs and other harmful substances. In time, myeloma cells collect in the bone marrow and in the solid parts of bone.
Mayo Clinic researchers examine potential new CAR-T cell treatment for multiple myeloma

Mayo Clinic researchers examine potential new CAR-T cell treatment for multiple myeloma

Study identifies new epigenetic control pathways in multiple myeloma growth

Study identifies new epigenetic control pathways in multiple myeloma growth

Low representation of minority groups in genomic databases may impact therapy selection

Low representation of minority groups in genomic databases may impact therapy selection

Genome architectural changes linked to B cell-related blood cancers

Genome architectural changes linked to B cell-related blood cancers

Two enzymes drive pre-cancer stem cells into malignancy

Two enzymes drive pre-cancer stem cells into malignancy

Investigational antisense medicine lowers disease burden, reduces myeloma cell abundance in mice

Investigational antisense medicine lowers disease burden, reduces myeloma cell abundance in mice

Researchers create molecular ON-OFF switches to regulate CAR T cell activity

Researchers create molecular ON-OFF switches to regulate CAR T cell activity

Subcutaneous injection of teclistamab drug shows promise in treating aggressive multiple myeloma

Subcutaneous injection of teclistamab drug shows promise in treating aggressive multiple myeloma

MIT engineers develop a method to turn off specific genes in bone marrow cells

MIT engineers develop a method to turn off specific genes in bone marrow cells

Researchers find new way to create natural compound that shows promise as anti-cancer agent

Researchers find new way to create natural compound that shows promise as anti-cancer agent

A safer treatment harnesses the body's cancer-fighting T cells to fight multiple myeloma

A safer treatment harnesses the body's cancer-fighting T cells to fight multiple myeloma

Genome sequencing reveals signposts in DNA for cancer, disease risk

Genome sequencing reveals signposts in DNA for cancer, disease risk

Immune System Changes Occur Early In Development Of Multiple Myeloma

Immune System Changes Occur Early In Development Of Multiple Myeloma

Applying integrated lipidomics and proteomics in multiple myeloma reveals potential disease pathways

Applying integrated lipidomics and proteomics in multiple myeloma reveals potential disease pathways