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Ordinary Drug Yields Extraordinary Results for Cancer Patient

January 27, 2016 /

Robin Schrader, a 59-year-old with multiple myeloma and light chain restricted amyloidosis involving her heart (a disease where immature protein gets deposited into organs, like a super glue, preventing them from working properly) has been given her life back thanks to a very common drug used for a very uncommon purpose. For the past two years, Robin has struggled with swelling, shortness of breath and what was diagnosed as a “large heart.”