How did I become a long-term myeloma survivor? The diagnostic criteria for blood cancer was not discussed. A single bone plasmacytoma vs. multiple myeloma, monoclonal proteins (m-spike), nothing.
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If you have been diagnosed with Pre-Myeloma (SBP, MGUS, SMM) or full Multiple Myeloma (stage I,II,III) research shows that you will live a better, longer life and make better treatment decisions about your care by learning about your own prognosis, diagnostic criteria and therapy plan including your:
Conventional oncology is excellent at what it does. But conventional therapies are one small piece of the total Myeloma Puzzle- if you want to be a long-term myeloma survivor. The cancer coaching courses outline the strengths and weaknesses of conventional oncology. Evidence-based information that will help you make better decisions to reach your own treatment goals.
Unsure about your next steps? Schedule a coaching call with me to discuss your diagnosis, drill down your concerns, and start to build a management plan. Schedule a call here.
Since undergoing a controversial non-conventional cancer therapy and achieving complete remission in early 1999, I’ve learned that there are dozens of evidence-based, complementary and integrative therapies that research has shown can both reduce toxicity while enhancing the efficacy of chemotherapy and radiation and/or can kill Multiple Myeloma.
I’ve utilized these evidence-based non-conventional, non-toxic therapies to remain in complete remission from my incurable blood cancer. Anti-oxidant/anti-inflammatory/anti-angiogenic nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle therapies can kill myeloma as well as help us myeloma survivors strong before, during and after therapy.
Newly diagnosed Multiple Myeloma patients and long-term cancer survivors must use the best of both conventional evidence-based and non-conventional therapies.
The PeopleBeatingCancer-Side Effects Program incorporates years of my research and experience managing the short, long-term and late stage side effects that can result from surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.
Side effects such as: