Myeloma is the medical term for bone marrow cancer. It is also known as multiple myeloma. In this disease, plasma cells (cells responsible for producing antibodies) become abnormal, thus proliferate uncontrollably and produce abnormal antibodies (paraprotein) that lack definite function. Myeloma can occur wherever the bone marrow exists, in the bones of spine, skull, limbs and rib cage. Chemotherapy, steroids and biological therapy are the most frequently suggested options for the treatment of such cancer. However, bone marrow transplant and stem cell transplant are also few newly developed methods.