Multiple myeloma is a cancer that happens when cells that make up part of the blood—called plasma cells—behave and grow abnormally.
Signs and symptoms of multiple myeloma include the following:
⦁ Bone breaks and bone pain
⦁ Kidney problems
⦁ Too much calcium in the blood
⦁ Anemia, or low levels of red blood cell
⦁ Infections that keep coming back
The following are the most common treatment options for multiple myeloma: