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All posts by David Emerson

Lower Blood Pressure w/ Non-toxic Therapy- 5 Simple Steps

Ever heard a commercial say something like “when diet and exercise aren’t enough…” According to the research below, diet and exercise can be enough to lower blood pressure. I am

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Multiple Myeloma, Low-dose Maintenance Chemotherapy vs. Evidence-based, Non-Toxic Therapies

The combination of lenalidomide and dexamethasone synergizes the inhibition of cell proliferation and the induction of apoptosis in multiple myeloma cells… Hello Cancer Coach- I watched your webinar

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Anti-Aging Therapies- “Want to Live Longer?”

“Aging, which can be defined as the “time-related deterioration of the physiological functions necessary for survival and fertility,” is a process that most people would like to slow…” Why

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Treatment vs. Watchful Waiting-Smoldering Multiple Myeloma

“Trials of lenalidomide (revlimid) in a less intensive approach has shown promise in delaying disease progression and should be investigated further in clinical trials.” You’ve been diagnosed

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Cancers Increase Stroke Risk- Reduce Risk w- Non-toxic Therapies

“Cancer type, time since diagnosis of cancer, the types of anticancer treatments received, and shared risk factors such as smoking can all influence the risk of stroke after cancer,” I don’t

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Myeloma + Chemo = Inflamm-Aging?!?

“Immunosenescence/inflamm-aging may contribute to diseases such as cancer but its role during aging is still controversial…” What is “inflammation-aging?” In order to answer

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Living with Permanent Atrial-Fibrillation- W/out Conventional Meds

“One of the most obvious side effects of blood-thinning medication is the increased risk of bleeding. You may even be at danger of bleeding significantly from small cuts.” Hi David. Recently

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Multiple Myeloma Diet- Flaxseeds/Budwig Diet

“Flaxseeds are small but mighty; they come with a strong nutritional profile and are great for health. They have been termed as a ‘superfood…” Once-in-awhile I have to write about simple

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Treating Multiple Myeloma-Induced Acute Kidney Damage (AKI)-

Both MYRE studies (of MM-induced AKI) remind us that more aggressive therapy is not synonymous with medical benefit. Acute Kidney Injury is both a symptom as well as side effect of Multiple Myeloma patients

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Multiple Myeloma Side Effect- Infertility

If MM patients, or any young cancer patients are undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. I was originally diagnosed with multiple myeloma at 34 in 1994. 

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