Though there is no cure for multiple myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cells, there are treatments to control and manage it. Learn more about the options available including stem cell transplant, radiotherapy and chemotherapy and ‘novel’ agents.
Medication and rehabilitation are the initial ‘go-to’ treatments for Parkinson’s disease. However, when medication is no longer effective, deep brain stimulation surgery may be a good option to reduce movement-related symptoms and improve quality of life.
As cancer survival rates are improving, the demand for fertility preservation services for cancer patients is rising as well. Read all about the available options, such as egg/embryo freezing and ovarian tissue freezing.