Multiple myeloma is diagnosed in approximately 588,161 people per year worldwide and in an estimated 34,920 people in US. Multiple myeloma accounts for almost 2% of cancer diagnosed and 10% of all hematological malignancies. The 5-year survival has been increased over the past decades with the introduction of new targeted therapies and transplant techniques. Immunohistochemistry plays a very important role in making diagnosis and differential diagnosis, classifying multiple myeloma, and making therapeutic decisions.
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