I was diagnosed with mgus in 2003. I saw a Dr in hematology but since see an oncologist. It really isn't that much of a time bomb. I have to go to the cancer clinic twice yearly to have labs done, then a week later to see the doctor. In all these years there hasn't been any problems, I have smoldering mgus. The labs results are 3 areas and are a graph. The only problem was I got anemia which was a shock because I didn't know it. I had to have an iron infusion, and the Dr thought I would need that every 6 months, but 3 years later my iron is always checked and no problems. Of all the time bombs in medicine believe me don't get scared.