Will multiple myeloma be passed on to the next generation?

Xiebielu Studio WeChat add369456 article source: transferred from WeChat public account [Xiebielu Studio] Multiple myeloma (MM) is a malignant plasma cell disease characterized by abnormal proliferation of bone marrow plasma cells accompanied by monoclonal immunoglobulin or light chain (M protein) is over-produced, and very few patients may be unsecreted MM that does not produce M protein. Multiple myeloma is often accompanied by multiple osteolytic damage, hypercalcemia, anemia, and kidney damage. Therefore, whether multiple myeloma can be inherited is a question in the minds of many patients.   Basically all tumors are not said to be genetically inherited, but we say that tumors have a genetic trend. What do we mean? It is a patient who has a tumor. Other members of his extended family are more likely to have tumors than those without tumors in the extended family. This is why we call the extended family a genetic trend. If it is said that patients with tumors at home, whether it is multiple myeloma, other tumors are also the same problem, we must be screened, and if appropriate, do some feelings to screen for the possibility of tumors. Therefore, myeloma is not genetically inherited, but there is a trend toward large families.   Multiple myeloma is not a genetic disease in the medical sciences. For example, patients who are found to have monoclonal human immunoglobulin during the initial routine physical examination may have a certain genetic trend in a large family. Patients and susceptible people should carry out regular follow-up visits, and regularly check the relevant index values. According to CT, magnetic resonance, X-ray, blood routine examination, renal function, biochemical examination and other methods, distinguish whether there is bone hyperplasia, destruction, anemia Or kidney function hazards, etc., to prevent the idiopathic rise of human immunoglobulin to ensure early detection and early treatment of multiple myeloma.   Inherited diseases refer to genetic defects in the father or mother that are passed on to their children and cause the disease, which usually occurs in childhood. Multiple myeloma is a malignant tumor caused by the abnormality of acquired plasma cells. It is not a genetic disease, so it cannot be inherited. Multiple myeloma is similar to other malignant tumors and has a genetic susceptibility. If a patient has a family history of multiple myeloma, the probability of this disease is relatively higher. Moreover, if advanced multiple myeloma is accompanied by many complications, Chinese herbal medicine can be used to relieve it, and it can also increase efficiency, reduce toxicity and improve immunity.