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Old 09-13-2007, 03:46 PM
Diane
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my husband Larry has multiple myeloma and plasma cell lukemia.he ,has had chemo, plus a stem cell transplant in London,Ont .we are going on 3 years of treatment .he relapsed a year after stem cell transplant ,he had 5 cycles of Velcade ,went in remission after 2 cycles ,had to stop after 5 cycles has neuropthy in his legs still has it after 5weeks off the Velcade takes advil 600 mg and gabapentin .does anyone have a drug that will help with the neuropathy i'd appreciate it ,,,velcade does put you in remission it is the side effects that can be bad ,,thanks Diane
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