C.D. is a 71‐year‐old man who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma six weeks ago. At the time of diagnosis, several comorbidities were noted:
Type 2 diabetes
Congestive heart failure.
All were well‐controlled on medication, and C.D. was actively followed by his internist. During his review of systems and examination, C.D. was found to have grade 2 peripheral sensory neuropathy (PSN) secondary to diabetes.