When I was undergoing Multiple Myeloma treatment, I found myself looking for a miracle cure.
Instead, I found a trove of evidence-based therapies that I use to this day to stay in remission, 25 years after my diagnosis.
Hi, my name is David Emerson, and I've been a Multiple Myeloma survivor since 1994. I have been in remission since 1999.
No, you did not read that wrong. I am still here 26 years later, and I spend my days helping Multiple Myeloma patients decipher both the disease and the treatment options available with a heavy focus on treatment outcomes and patient experience.
I believe that informed patients make better healthcare decisions, and that pursuing evidence-based therapies shown to make a difference in your treatment outcomes is better than looking for a miracle myeloma cure.
But I made mistakes along my own Multiple Myeloma journey.
A lot of mistakes...
When you leave your oncologist's office...
Do you understand:
- Your blood test, urine test, and imaging studies results?
- Your treatment options?
- What your goals are, given your stage?
Are you confident that:
- You've fully evaluated different treatment options?
- You've decided on the best treatment for you?
- You've taken into account your goals, life-stage, and personal considerations?
Do you have a handle on:
- The quality-of-life and overall-survival metrics for your chosen treatment?
- The side effects you may experience with your treatment?
- Therapy options for managing and/or alleviating those side effects?
Imagine attending your oncology appointment and having the ability and confidence to ask the right questions, while being able to push back when your oncologist encourages you to do something that you're either not comfortable with or don't fully understand.
Imagine being able to look at your regular blood and imaging tests and understand what they mean and whether your disease is progressing or stabilizing.
Imagine being able to decide on a therapy option with a complete understanding of the risks involved, the real overall gains to be had, and an evidence-based nutritional, supplemental, and lifestyle regimen in place to enhance that therapy.
Imagine having a clear picture of what you can do if and when long-term or late-stage side effects emerge.
I launched The Galen Foundation, a 501(c)-3 non profit, in 2004. Six years later, I launched PeopleBeatingCancer.org as a free resource of evidence-based studies and information to help cancer patients and caregivers get a firm grasp on the options and issues related to their cancer.
I believe that informed patients make better decisions for their care.
I spend my time researching cancers, blogging about cancer issues and working with cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. Coaching cancer patients, survivors and caregivers has become my passion.
The Multiple Myeloma Coaching Course covers the following topics:
My husband was diagnosed in 2003 and at that time there were not many treatments available and the MM specialists were pushing transplants a lot.
At the time David was one of the few people who opened our eyes to alternatives. Now when we go to Dana Farber, the doctors are a lot less enthusiastic about transplants due to, as David said, the many more options available in treatments. We also changed our lifestyle to eat healthier and supplement to lessen the side effects.
In conclusion, if you can, seek a second opinion with an MM specialist who will review your case and help you decide.
I contacted you in late 2015 about my father who had recently been diagnosed with MM. I asked you lots of questions which you graciously answered. You gave me hope that maybe my dad’s MM diagnosis was not a death sentence. He received conventional treatment. In addition, he has been using the recommended supplements that you helped us discover. My dad is on maintenance Revlimid now.
His doctor recently said that he needed to revise his treatment plan since my dad’s blood work has been coming in so healthy. He said that they needed to “go outside the box” for his treatment protocol and take time off of the Revlimid.
My dad is healthy and active now. I thank God for leading us to you and to other people that have helped us along this journey. Thank you for helping us. May God bless you.
Hello David, I would like to thank you again for taking the time to speak to me yesterday. The discussion was actually quite comforting. What a tremendous amount of information you have acquired. It was extremely informative and reinforces the fact that I have a lot of work to do. I do have a couple of questions now, there will be more later.
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You're not an oncologist. What do you know?
That’s correct. I’m not an oncologist. I am a MM survivor. I have experienced both conventional and non-conventional MM therapies. I have lived through remissions and relapses of my MM. I have researched and written the good, the bad and the ugly about MM. I have worked with hundreds of MM patients, survivors and caregivers. I’ve created the MM CC program based on my 25 years of MM experience.
If you care so much about cancer patients, why not give it away for free?
PeopleBeatingCancer is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit. Though our annual expenses aren’t a lot, we do have costs. The funds raised through this coaching course go toward administrative costs related to maintaining a website while ensuring that all the content on PeopleBeatingCancer.org remains free for all visitors. In addition, these funds ensure that the information on PeopleBeatingCancer.org is not swayed by biased interests like pharmaceutical companies through sponsored content. I’ve never taken a paycheck. If you’d like to learn more about how we spend our money, click here to see our most-recent 990 tax forms.
If I buy your program will I be cured of my MM?
I can’t promise a miracle cure for your Multiple Myeloma. No one can. All I can say is that conventional oncology considers MM to be incurable. I’ve lived with MM since 1994 by living the therapies presented in the Multiple Myeloma Coaching Course.
What happens if I don’t think the Multiple Myeloma Coaching Course is for me?
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