Obviously we should still be careful but I wanted to know if I had anything at all....They said the antibody test will improve as it evolves and the development continues but for now it's kind of a has to be at this level (1.) to register and below that it show you as not having antibodies when you really may have some just not at the 1. level.
Here's an interesting article: https://www.pennlive.com/nation-world/2021/06/e...(Phone number can only be seen by the question and answer creators)&utm_term=Newsletter_coronavirus
I had my antibodies checked and I do have them from the vaccine. Yay! So I have been going to restaurants, but try to eat outside if possible.
The Darazlex was much harder the the Velcade
Hello Hope, please let me know what you find out about Darzalex, my husband has been taking it (injection) and he is handling it not as he did when he was getting valcade. Thanks and stay well.
Hope 54, I sure hope no Myeloma patient is putting them selves out there without adequate protection and using the upmost precautions. There are some Myeloma Patients that are not at a place in treatment where they can be vaccinated but I urge them as soon as their doctor allows it to get vaccinated. It can be very bad for a compromised immune system to get COVID19. Most doctors do make sure that when it is the right time Myeloma Patients get vaccinated. Have a good night! Love, Marcia 🌼🌸🌻