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How Safe Are Autologous Stem Cell Transplants? How Many Years Would You Be In Remission After A Stem Cell Transplant?
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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

If you are using your own stem cells (auto), it is safer than chemo. Of course you can refuse any treatment.

Autologous (self) Stem Cell Transplant
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If because of a weak heart am not a canidate for sct.what would be the next steps in treatment ?

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Glad you are doing well.

The Treatment Cycle For My MM Is Just To Finish Its Fourth Cycle In 5days Along With Tests And PET . The Doctor Is Insisting On Stem Cell .?
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I typed wrong. @A MyMyelomaTeam Member is what I meant.

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

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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

Is A Bone Marrow Transplant And A Stem Cell Transplant The Same Thing?
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Yes, they are both the same

Experience With Stem Cell Transplant On Newly Diagnosed Patients?
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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

Has Anyone Needed More Than One Autologous Stem Cell Transplant?
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Yes Wade. I’m scheduled for my second in Feb 2024

Did Anyone Have Graft Vs Host Disease After Autologous Stem Cell Transplant?
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So sorry that it happened to you❤️

Does Anyone Still Have Sternal, Rib And Back Pain After Autologous Stem Cell Transplant?
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A MyMyelomaTeam Member

Thank you very much, this put my mind at ease, I was afraid 😱 of recurrent dz. Blood and urine markers are negative

Is An Autologous Stem Cell Transplant An Outpatient Or Inpatient Procedure?
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KurtKosma, It is a heck of a lot different than when I had mine at COH in 2001. I believe it is 12-14 days. You stay tell your blood counts can support you living in an environment that isn’t… read more