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Often there are none at all and the condition is discovered only on investigation of non-specific symptoms such as tiredness or pain in the bones. It tends to be an illness ofolder people in whom these symptoms are common although myeloma is relatively uncommon. To make the diagnosis it is necessary to show abnormal levels of protein in the blood on blood tests, probably loss of protein within the urine and by showing bone marrow changes typical of the illness

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