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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You were told that a multiple myeloma diagnosis meant that you could live 5-7 years. Consider thinking outside the conventional therapy box… I received my multiple myeloma diagnosis in earlyContinue reading
“A retrospective review of patients with laryngeal cancer using SEER-Medicare data demonstrated that chemoradiation was 4-fold more likely to be used in patients with advanced laryngeal cancer; however,Continue reading
“We observed that curcumin cell death induction was heterogeneous, of note 16 Human Myeloma Cell Lines were highly sensitive to curcumin…” I am both a multiple myeloma (MM) survivor andContinue reading
If you have multiple myeloma your plasma cells produce unhealthy antibodies called monoclonal proteins (M proteins). The accumulation of M proteins in your body can damage organs like your kidneys andContinue reading
Patients who have received radiation for head/neck cancer often suffer from the unpleasant and distressing side-effect of a dry mouth, caused by damage to their salivary glands from the radiation Xerostomia,Continue reading
Many studies confirm that a majority of patients undergoing cancer therapy use non-conventional therapies such as the supplements discussed below: Experience and years of research have taught me that multipleContinue reading
Multiple Myeloma Cancer Coaching- “Patients diagnosed with MM will likely have co morbid conditions that need to be managed,,, According to research, the majority of newly diagnosed multiple myelomaContinue reading
“Multiple Myeloma patients who receive stem cell transplants may be at greater risk than the general population of developing atrial fibrillation, the most common type of irregular heartbeat…” IContinue reading