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My father 5 years back was diagonised with multiple myeloma, which was finally treated with stem cell transplant 4 years back. Currently he is ok Thalix 50mg , currently I am under great confusion regarding the COVID vaccine, is it safe to take the vaccine along with Thalix , the Thalix dosage is required to be taken daily as prescribed by the concern hematologist. If anyone can suggest, it would be very helpful. Thanks
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There are no current guidelines for Covid vaccination in patients taking Thalix , I would like to know current status of myeloma , if it’s well controlled then I would go for - stop thalix ( it’s immune modulator and might affect response to Covid vaccine ) one wk prior to first dose and start one wk after second dose .. and all that should be done in consultation with your primary treating doc ..
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Please consult a medical oncologist or hemato oncologist
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Kindly consult your primary oncologist/hematologist who is treating him.
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