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Types Of Stem Cell Transplant

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I went for chemo yesterday at the VA and I really like this nurse, she seems very trustworthy and yesterday, she said she wasn't sure how to address it but there basically are two types of stem cell transplant procedures one being they use your plasma cells or someone else's. It was her honest explanation, but I left there feeling some type of a way yesterday. The entire time I've been going, I was under the impression that they would be using mine for my upcoming procedure which I'm not even… read more

A MyMyelomaTeam Member

Agree with Wendym post. For myeloma, autologous transplants are the standard of care. Alligeneic transplants are often used in other cancers such as leukemias Or lymphomas or myelodysplastic syndrome… read more

Why Most Of The BMT Treatment In Multiple Myeloma Are Autologous? Why Not Allogeneic?

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

Most bone marrow transplants (BMT) for multiple myeloma are autologous due to the following reasons:

### Autologous Stem Cell Transplants
- Source of Stem Cells: Stem cells are harvested from the… read more

Stem Cell Transplant, Can Someone Detail The Process, Provide Details About Each Step.

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

Certainly! Here is a detailed breakdown of the stem cell transplant process for multiple myeloma:

### 1. Preparation
- Candidate Evaluation: Not everyone is a good candidate for transplantation… read more

Has Anyone Ever Undergone An Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplant. I Read That Although Riskier Than Autologous, This Has In Some Cases Cured MM.

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

There was an older gentleman around my age, in the healing home I was staying in after my SCT. He told me he had a STC with a donor. He had side effects and was still being monitored closely by the… read more

Is A Bone Marrow Transplant And A Stem Cell Transplant The Same Thing?

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

Yes, they are both the same

Experience With Stem Cell Transplant On Newly Diagnosed Patients?

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

The context provided does not specifically mention experiences with stem cell transplants in newly diagnosed myeloma patients. However, it does discuss general aspects of stem cell transplants for… read more

Did Anyone Have Graft Vs Host Disease After Autologous Stem Cell Transplant?

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

So sorry that it happened to you❤️

What Is The Best Way To Deal With The Mental And Emotional Effects Of Having Myleoma?

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

I love hearing that these mm patients in uk are finding a better way I just wished it would make its way quicker to all of us over here in us
And I need to know why we have to go through relapses on… read more

I Am Getting Scheduled For SCT At Cleveland Clinic At The End Of The Month. Anyone Have Theirs Done There? If So, How Was The Experience?

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

Hello Janet. What is the kind of your transplant? Autologous or Allogenic? My experience was that you cannot avoid anxiety and stress but it is possible to overcome this feeling. Autologous SCT is… read more

After The SCT Where Do You Get Your Vaccines ?

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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

After a year I've gotten 2 rounds of my baby 👶 shots at UCSF, where I had my transplant. Your oncologist should give you a list of vaccines and dates.