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How Does Multiple Myeloma Affect the Kidneys?
Posted: Feb 17, 2022
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HealthTree University: Myeloma Kidney Disease Part 1 of 3

Kidney disease can be a serious complication of multiple myeloma. Knowing more about what causes kidney problems in myeloma, how to protect your kidneys and how kidney disease is monitored will help you better navigate this potential condition and get your best personal care. We've assembled this course which features the top world experts on myeloma to teach you about kidney disease in multiple myeloma. You can watch the entire course on HealthTree University. 

24.01    How does myeloma affect the kidneys? What causes kidney problems in myeloma?

 

24.02    What are the best ways to proactively protect my kidneys?

 

24.03    How is kidney disease monitored?

 

24.04    How can nausea related to kidney failure be managed?

 

We’d like to thank our faculty who donated their time in creating these videos, including:

  • Joshua Richter, MD

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We have over 500 videos online at HealthTree University! Learn the basics (and the not-so-basics) of myeloma from some of the top myeloma doctors in the world!

 

The author Cynthia Chmielewski

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Cynthia Chmielewski

Cynthia (Cindy) Chmielewski is a professional educator and myeloma advocate. As a former teacher, she now teaches myeloma patients how to advocate for themselves as the Director of HealthTree University. You can follow her on Twitter @myelomateacher

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