How did I become a long-term myeloma survivor? My oncologist told me little. My prognosis nor the diagnostic criteria multiple myeloma was not discussed.
My diagnosis of single bone plasmacytoma vs. multiple myeloma was not discussed. I simply did what my oncologist told me to do.
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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.
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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.
Learning about your multiple myeloma will help you reduce your risk of the short, long-term and late stage side effects that I now live with.
Side effects such as: