Multiple Myeloma an incurable disease, but I have spent the last 25 years in remission using a blend of conventional oncology and evidence-based nutrition, supplementation, and lifestyle therapies from peer-reviewed studies that your oncologist probably hasn't told you about.
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I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma (MM) in 2/94. I underwent many Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved therapies between my diagnosis in early 1994 and my final appointment in 9/1997. Surgery, Chemotherapy, Radiation (several times). Remission, relapse, remission, relapse and finally “we can do nothing more for you…” I heard those fateful words, given to me by my fourth oncologist in as many years, in September of 1997.
I understand that conventional oncology doesn’t know how to cure multiple myeloma. MM is a crafty, complicated blood cancer. I understand why the FDA regulates medicine in the United States. I’ve read the stories about how unscrupulous salesmen sold snake oil to unsuspecting Americans long ago.
I get it, I really do.
But what I don’t get is why, when conventional oncology can’t help a cancer patient, which happens all too frequently, the FDA pitches a fit. The article linked below explains how the FDA spent 14 years and thousands of taxpayer dollars, trying to put Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski in jail.
Dr. Burzynski’s alleged crime? Developing and selling me antineoplaston therapy. After conventional oncology turned me loose, I went to the Burzynski Research Institute and underwent ANP therapy for about 17 months. I went from end-stage multiple myeloma to complete remission.
Where I have remained to this day. Complete remission…no MM in my body…
Granted, Burzynski is controversial. Not everyone who tries ANP is as successful in treating their cancer as I was. But then again, they were not helped by conventional oncology either. My conventional therapies left me with a host of long-term and late stage side effects that will probably kill me some day.
My autologous stem cell transplant was experimental. ANP therapy was experimental. My ASCT cost my insurance company about $250,000 ( I think). ANP therapy cost me about $110,000. My health insurance company, Medical Mutual of Ohio, approved payment of my ASCT. Medical Mutual of Ohio denied payment for everything associated with ANP.
The mission of the FDA is to protect public health by insuring the safety, efficacy and security of human drugs.
How does spending 14 years suing Burzynski insure the safety of Americans?