Hello again @beepoop. I am sorry about your father, and getting your MGUS diagnosis at that time must have been so difficult.
After my 2002 MGUS diagnosis, my Mayo doctor diagnosed Igg kappa smoldering myeloma in 2004. He established the number goal that would require treatment to begin, and he and my local physician followed my status until 2016 when I started treatment. For those 12 years I was very active in spite of spinal surgeries and anemia. But during that wait time, and now your wait time, there was major progress in blood cancer research. My current treatment options didn't even exist those 15 years ago. Or one year ago. I was told that we will manage it like a chronic disease, changing treatment as indicated. And that is what happens. I wish you the same peace of mind as you go forward. Your life has meaning and purpose, and I have found that doesn't have to change. Having faith, family and friends gives me such support that hope is ever present. I wish the same for you.