In this week’s video,  Dr. Brian Durie explains that even though MGUS is benign, some MGUS patients may develop symptoms due to the presence of abnormal monoclonal protein in the blood.

BOTTOM LINE:
MGUS patients may have symptoms that will need to be treated accordingly.

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