You may not have symptoms related to multiple myeloma, but if you do, treatments are available. Here, you can learn about treatments to eliminate pain, to help maintain healthy levels of blood cells, and to prevent and treat infection.
Bisphosphonates: Drugs to decrease bone pain and reduce the chance of bone fractures. Learn More
Growth factors: Agents that help the bone marrow produce more red and white blood cells. Learn More
Growth Factors: Erythropoietin
Growth Factors: Colony-stimulating Factors
Orthopedic Interventions: Therapies that help control pain and improve function and mobility. Learn More
Radiation therapy: To relieve bone-related pain. Learn More
Antibiotics: Drugs to treat and prevent infection.