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mul·ti·pli·ca·tion

(mŭl′tə-plĭ-kā′shən)
n.
1. The act or process of multiplying or the condition of being multiplied.
2. Propagation of plants and animals; procreation.
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Q. Multiple Myeloma what and how is it treated and what is MGUF

A. Were you referring by any chance to MGUS (monoclonal gammopathy of unknown significance)? It's a condition that resembles myeloma but is much more widespread and by itself isn't considered malignant. It may, however, deteriorate to multiple myeloma over the years.

Myeloma is treated with chemotherapy of various kinds, and sometimes with bone marrow transplantation with the patients own bone marrow.

You may read more here:
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/multiplemyeloma.html

Q. Multiple diseases how do i handle them?

Q. does multiple sclerosis cause mood swings seem like i have changed. I 've become very irritable towards my family. Seems like I've become a mean person, and that has not my charactor.

A. MS can indeed cause depression or other mood changes such as euphoria, so it may be part of the disease. In addition, some treatments may also cause mood changes. If it bothers you, than consulting your doctor may be wise.

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The schematic diagram for frequency quadrupling mm-wave signal generation is proposed as shown in Fig.
The desired frequency quadrupling 60 GHz mm-wave signal and spurious 120 GHz mm-wave signal are generated simultaneously because of the existence of the undesired sixth-order sideband.
For the Nixon administration, particularly for Kissinger who increasingly managed American foreign policy as Nixon floundered in the Watergate scandal, the fallout of the 1973-74 oil price quadrupling brought forth the challenge to restore the political status quo in the Middle East, to rapidly deflate Arab expectations, and to prevent the Europeans and the Japanese from reaching any independent preferential agreement with the OPEC members.
As concentrations of the pollutants climbed, so did micronuclei rates--eventually reaching a quadrupling of background values.