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Unfortunately, myelomaoften spreads to bone and therefore is advanced by the time ofdiagnosis. Treatment generally involves a combination of radiotherapy to any affected bones and chemotherapy to reducethe activity of the bone marrow. Where that fails then bone marrow transplantation may be used. Some people have an aggressive form of the disease that calls for similarly aggressive treatment but most others have relatively more benign forms of the disease which do still require treatment but more by way of monitoring and with a good outlook.

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