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Hi @mrperezy50 Welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. It’s easy to feel alone when you’ve been diagnosed with a an uncommon blood cancer. There are several members in the forum who also have Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia and have shared their stories and journeys. So you’ve come to the right place to find answers to your questions.

I’d like to introduce you to @ejrquast who is a font of information on WM and has provided links for International Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia Foundation, IWMF, at https://iwmf.com/
List of Doctors who specialize in WM. https://connect.mayoclinic.org/comment/692115/

There are actually several discussions in the forum for WM. I’ll provide some links where you’ll meet fellow members @newwaldenguy @kincarnati
@jproctor. To find more discussions, simply type in WM in the search box at the top of the page. Some of them are dated but you can reverse the order with the “Oldest to Newest” button under the opening statement.

Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia: What to expect during watch & wait?


You mentioned that you aren’t having any symptoms. Was this found with a random blood test for a physical?

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Yes, I went in for a yearly physical, my doctor did complete blood test and found some abnormally with my red, white blood cells, and platelets.