There are various treatment options available to Ppatients with multiple myeloma through Norton Healthcare's comprehensive Cancer Institute program. Our specialists work to devise individualized plans that will help improve each patients' quality of life.
Myeloma is often difficult to detect. If your physician suspects the disease, he or she may perform diagnostic tests including:
- Blood and urine tests
- CT and/or bone scans
- Bone marrow aspiration
Treatment for myeloma typically involves chemotherapy or radiation.
As part of our comprehensive service, Norton Cancer Institute gives patients the chance to participate in innovative National Cancer Institute and industry-sponsored clinical research studies. A list of studies is available by contacting the Norton Cancer Prevention and Resource Center at (502) 629-5500.
Norton Healthcare is available to answer questions you may have on myeloma. Please email us at email@example.com and a health care professional will research and respond to your question within 48-hours. Exceptions may include weekends and holidays. Most questions are answered within one business day.
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