Screening for Multiple Myeloma
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Screening is a way to evaluate people without symptoms to determine if they are at risk for cancer or have already developed cancer.
There are no screening tests or screening guidelines for multiple myeloma.
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Last reviewed April 2009 by ]]>Igor Puzanov, MD]]>
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