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Can smoldering myeloma go away?

Smoldering multiple myeloma (SMM) is an early, asymptomatic phase of multiple myeloma, characterized by an increased number of plasma cells in the bone marrow and elevated levels of monoclonal protein in the blood. SMM doesn’t typically “go away” on its own, but not all cases progress to active multiple myeloma. Monitoring is crucial, and patients with SMM are typically observed closely with regular checkups to detect any progression to active disease, which would then necessitate treatment.

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