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I am new to the cancer survivors network and actually, I do not have cancer. I am here for information on my father's diagnosis. He recently was diagnosed with myelofibrosis and was sent to the Mayo clinic for a clinical trial. He has started a form of chemotherapy called CC 4047. The doctor at the Mayo clinic diagnosed him with chronic myeloma. I guess I am confused on which diagnosis is correct or if they are the same thing. I would appreciate any insight than anyone has at this point. Thank you!

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