Recently Diagnosed or Relapsed? Stop Looking For a Miracle Cure, and Use Evidence-Based Therapies To Enhance Your Treatment and Prolong Your Remission

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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High-Risk Multiple Myeloma

High-Risk Multiple Myeloma- Common myeloma is difficult to treat. High-Risk myeloma means that the newly diagnosed patient has genetic differences compared to the average patient. These genetic differences

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Cancer-Related Fatigue- Therapies

Cancer-related fatigue or the severe fatigue that often results from chemotherapy and/or radiation is a direct result of the therapy prescribed to kill your cancer. Your oncologist prescribed therapies

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Relapsed/Refractory Myeloma- Four Prior Treatments

You are a relapsed/refractory myeloma survivor who has had four prior treatments. If you’re reading this post my guess is that you have been through induction therapy (RVD or RVDd), maybe an ASCT,

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Reminiscence Therapy & Cancer Survival

Cancer patients and survivors working to manage their mental health once they hear “you have cancer”  can be the loneliest and most difficult aspect of their illness. I believe that reminiscence

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MGUS of Skin Significance

A diagnosis of monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) used to be so simple. It used to be all about a possible diagnosis of multiple myeloma in your future. No longer. According to the

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Sports, Mental Health: Exercise for Well-being

When it comes to discussions about mental health, the adage “healthy body has a healthy mind” is often mentioned. Mental health has become an increasingly prevalent topic in today’s world.

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Ionising Radiation – Image, Treat, Damage

Ionising Radiation is a remarkable technology. Particularly in the world of oncology. There is no greater double-edged sword. Radiological imaging, especially for me and my cancer, multiple myeloma, provides

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Vaccinations Post Stem Cell Transplant?

Getting all of the vaccinations that you had before your autologous stem cell transplant is a component of the standard-of-care therapy plan for all newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patients. Unfortunately,

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Coffee for Chemo Brain?

Coffee for chemo brain? I’ve been struggling with chemotherapy-induced cognitive dysfunction aka chemo brain since I completed active therapy for my cancer in 1997. Over the years, I’ve figured

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Dysphagia (Difficulty Swallowing) No More?

Radiation to my fifth cervical vertebra (bottom of my neck) caused my swallowing muscles to slowly weaken aka a side effect called dysphasia. Though the study linked and excerpted below focuses on oral

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Reduced Mobility = Increased Mortality

Reduced mobility might seem like it is not a big deal for cancer survivors. After all, we’re talking about cancer, right? I mean, we are fighting for our lives.  Fatigue, nausea, constipation/diarrhea,

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Low White Blood Cells- Chemotherapy

Hi David- I have a current situation on which I would greatly appreciate your input. Some background: I was diagnosed last October. I underwent a relatively short period of Revlimid/Velcade/Dexamethasone

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