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Myeloma and the kidney Infoguide

Myeloma kidney disease is a common complication of myeloma. Up to 20% of patients will have some degree of kidney disease at diagnosis and a further 40% will develop kidney disease at some point during the course of their myeloma.

Myeloma kidney disease is a common complication of myeloma. Up to 20% of patients will have some degree of kidney disease at diagnosis and a further 40% will develop kidney disease at some point during the course of their myeloma.

This Infoguide will:

  • Help you understand more about what the kidneys do and what happens when the kidneys are damaged
  • Help you understand why and how myeloma affects the kidneys
  • Provide information on the symptoms of myeloma kidney disease and how it is diagnosed and managed