All posts by David Emerson

Prevention of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy

So far various drugs have been used in an attempt to prevent or reduce cisplatin (CDDP)-induced peripheral neuropathy. Of those tried reduced glutathione (GSH) is one of the most promising. Its effectiveness

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Why Multiple Myeloma Patients Can’t Trust Conventional Cancer Research

Research says conventional toxic chemotherapy saves lives. I now live with life-threatening side effects from the very multiple myeloma therapies that were supposed to help me. I am a long-term multiple

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Cannabinoids, C-B-D for Myeloma Pain Management

Cannabinoids treat myeloma pain, combat treatment-related nausea, produce apoptosis, inhibit cancer-induced angiogenesis, and inhibit cachexia-  While the legalization of Medical Marijuana/Cannabidiol

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Supplements, Nutrition and Multiple Myeloma- A How-To Guide

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

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Antioxidant Supps to Enhance Myeloma Chemo- Reduce Side Effects

Much debate has focused on whether antioxidants interfere with the efficacy of cancer chemotherapy. The objective of this study is to systematically review the randomized, controlled clinical trial evidence

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Do nutritional supplements really work for cancer patients?

Yes, nutritional supplements “work” for cancer patients. I supplement daily (see below) with many of the below and have remained in complete remission since 1999. Extensive research has shown

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PeopleBeatingCancer in the News

20 year cancer survivor celebrates in a remarkable way May 12, 2014, Cleveland, Ohio– Multiple Myeloma survivor David Emerson of Cleveland, Ohio is celebrating his twentieth anniversary of cancer

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Secondary Cancer-Side Effect of Myeloma Therapy Lurks…

“Secondary cancers now make up the sixth-most-common group of malignancies, in part because more (myeloma) survivors are living longer… “As many as 10% of cancer survivors are developing

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Dichloroacetate (DCA) as Multiple Myeloma Therapy

“The findings of this study shed a new light with respect to some of the novel mechanisms underlying the antitumor action of Dichloroacetate (DCA) and thus may have immense clinical applications.” Wait…did

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Mind-Body Therapy- Emotions of a Myeloma Patient: Fear of Relapse

The ultimate mind-body therapy is designed to reduce a myeloma survivor’s fear of relapse- be well-informed, live a healthy lifestyle and be take pride in surviving Multiple Myeloma I consider

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