Multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, and other plasma cell disorders are disorders of the type of blood cell in the body called plasma cells. These diseased cells disrupt the body's ability to make antibodies that help prevent infection and unwanted germs.
Each patient who comes to the Weill Cornell Medicine Myeloma Center gets a full evaluation by an attending physician. This evaluation may involve lab work, medical procedures and radiologic testing so that the optimal treatment strategy can be individually customized to meet each patient’s unique needs.
Learn more information about multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, and other plasma cell disorders below, plus read our frequently asked questions, find out everything you need to know about your first visit to the Myeloma Center, and find support group information.
About Multiple Myeloma, Amyloidosis, and Other Plasma Cell Disorders
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