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Burzynski, Antineoplastons, Multiple Myeloma and The Burzynski Breakthrough

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Did The Burzynski Breakthrough Doctor and his Controversial Antineoplaston Therapy Cure Me of Multiple Myeloma?

That’s what everyone wants to know, right? Did Burzynski and antineoplaston therapy cure my incurable cancer, multiple myeloma?

Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski (Dr. B), Antineoplastons (ANP) and The Burzynski Research Institute (BRI) has got to be the most controversial doctor, therapy and clinic, respectively, of any cancer therapy I have come across in my cancer survivorship dating back to my original diagnosis in ’94. I love telling people that after conventional therapy failed, I underwent a “quack” cancer therapy…that put me into complete remission.

Yes, there are many dissatisfied BRI patients who underwent ANP and were not cured. And they probably paid for ANP therapy out-of-pocket. At the same time, there are hundreds of cancer patients who, like me, are in complete remission or even…cured of their cancer! Also keep in mind that spent 000’s of dollars as I underwent conventional MM therapies (surgery, radiation and aggressive chemotherapies) from ’94 to ’97, achieving minimal responses, relapses and permanant side effects.

According to research collected by the BRI on MM, of the 14 MMers who have undergone ANP as of 9/15, 36% of patients achieved OR (objective response), 43% of patients achieve SD (stable disease) and 21% of patients’ MM progressed.

There is no such thing as a silver bullet cancer cure for multiple myeloma.  However, like all therapies, conventional or non-conventional,  some patients respond and some don’t. That is the way that medicine works.

I am not a medical doctor, scientist or FDA official so I can’t speak to ANP and BRI negatives beyond giving basic response data. I am a multiple myeloma survivor who underwent 3 years of aggressive conventional therapies, was told that nothing more could be done for me, given six months to live, then underwent ANP therapy over 17 months.

I by April of 1999 I reached complete remission from my multiple myeloma where I remain today. The Burzynski Breakthrough is largely anecdotal but the “revised edition” contains clinical data that may be helpful to cancer survivors interested in learning more about ANP. I don’t know if I am one of the multiple myeloma cases listed in the clinical trial data. I was given a “compassionate use” exception by the FDA to undergo ANP. Like I said, I had undergone many conventional therapies and was end-stage…

If you want to ask me about my ANP experience, scroll down the page, post a question or a comment and I will reply to you ASAP.

Thank you,

David Emerson

  • MM Survivor
  • MM Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

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OR: Objective Response – includes CR and PR.

CR: Complete Response.  Complete disappearance of all signs of cancer in response to treatment of 4 weeks or longer.

PR: Partial Response.  More than 50% decrease in the size of the tumors  in response to treatment of 4 weeks or longer.

SD: Stable Disease.  No decrease or increase in the size of the tumors, but no progression, in response to treatment of 12 weeks or longer.

PD: Progressive Disease.  More then 50% increase in size of the tumors (the sum of cross-sectional area of the tumors), in response to treatment of 4 weeks or longer.

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