Multiple myeloma – blood cancer formed in bone marrow

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Multiple myeloma is a cancer caused by malignant plasma cells. Plasma cells help the human body fight infection, but when they multiply out of control, the myeloma cells overpower the bone’s healthy cells causing harmful side effects; such as bone fractures and infections. Sheeba Thomas, M.D., assistant professor in Lymphoma/Myeloma at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses the basics, risk factors, diagnosis and treatment options for this rare cancer.

Vaccine expiry

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Tips for immunizers on dealing with expired vaccines

Cold chain breaks in the field - Part 3

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Video for immunizers regarding how to avoid cold chain breaks in the field.

Cold Chain Break in the Field - Part 2

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vaccine cold chain breaks - a guide for immunizers.

Cold Chain breaks in the Field - Part 1

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Vaccine Cold chain breaks in the field -a guide for British Columbia immunizers

Cold Chain Breaks in Transit

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Cold Chain Breaks in Transit