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Anrnaut.KUR

39d

I got diagnosed 5 months ago and I'm about to start treatment. My doctor mentioned bortezomib as an option. I'm trying to understand the different regimens like VCD, CyBorD, etc. Can anyone explain the differences in simple terms and which one worked best for them? Thanks

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    • Michele.PatientPower

      28d

      @Arda._Kummar @Arda._Kummar How are you doing on your treatment and how are your numbers?

    • superRoy

      37d

      I did a lot of research and talked to my doc, and we decided on VCD because it seemed like the best option for me. I've had some hair loss, but who needs hair when you're kicking cancer's butt!!

      • Michele.PatientPower

        28d

        @superRoy @superRoy I am liking your attitude! I always say I'm Kicking Cancer In Heels ;-)

    • Arda._Kummar

      37d

      So I've been on the CyBorD regimen for a 5 months now and it's been okay, I guess.

      • Michele.PatientPower

        28d

        @Arda._Kummar @Arda._Kummar How are you doing on your treatment and how are your numbers?

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One user shared their experience with the CyBorD regimen (cyclophosphamide, Velcade which is bortezomib, and dexamethasone) and mentioned that they didn't experience significant side effects. However, the effectiveness of different regimens can vary depending on individual circumstances, so it's best to discuss this with your doctor.

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