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Multiple Myeloma


You can reduce the risk of multiple myeloma by:

  • Getting screened regularly after the age of 50
  • Eating a well-balanced diet: Balanced diet may prevent the risk of multiple myeloma as many researchers found that fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of lung cancer, and calcium plays a crucial role in preventing colorectal cancer.
  • Getting vaccinated against hepatitis B and C
  • Practicing safer sex
  • Physically active lifestyle: Daily physical activities like exercise and yoga play a crucial role. It strengthens the body's immune system to fight abnormal cells and prevent the growth and development of multiple myeloma and other types of cancer.
  • Maintaining a healthy BMR: Basal Metabolic rate acts as an indicator of overall body metabolism and may be a proxy for the impact of a specific metabolic profile on cancer risk.
  • Avoiding exposure to harmful chemicals