Hearing you have MGUS can be overwhelming, upsetting and hard to understand.

It is important you know that:

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There is hope

This disease typically presents no symptoms and, in most cases, does not lead to any problems.

Research is advancing

Our understanding of this disease has progressed in recent years.
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It’s nothing you did

You did not catch the disease from someone else and cannot pass it to your children.

You are not alone.

Know that the blood cancer community is here to support you every step of the way.

What happens next?

Experiences of other people with MGUS



Since diagnosis, I have understood the value of life and loving. I see in a different light some issues that I once considered important. I also learned to trust in the sincere caring of family, friends, medical staff, and support networks.

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