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Multiple Myeloma Diagnostics- FISH, SPEP, CBC, FLC’s and Imaging

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 and

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Coronary Artery Disease- Non-toxic, Non-conventional Therapies

HI David- I believe I have coronary artery disease. I have high cholesterol and blood sugar as well as angina and occasional shortness of breath. Im going to consume Panax Notoginseng daily. I’m female

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How Long Can a Person Live with Multiple Myeloma?

How Long Can a Person Live with Multiple Myeloma? Statistics are 5-7 years with an average five year survival of 51%. I say statistics are nonsense…if you understand these guidelines- How Long Can

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Multiple Myeloma Symptoms, Side Effects- Vitamin D3

“Vitamin D deficiency is associated with reduced overall survival for patients with multiple myeloma (MM)…Vitamin D deficiency is increasingly recognized in association with autoimmune and

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Rheumatologic Disease Inc. Risk of MGUS to Multiple Myeloma

“Patients with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) have twice the risk of developing multiple myeloma (MM) if they have non-antibody (Ab)-mediated rheumatic diseases (RDs)…” Rheumatic

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Genetic Abnormalities in Multiple Myeloma, FISH Diagnostics, Treatment Response

“Cytogenetic abnormalities are found in most multiple myeloma (MM) patients. Although their prognostic value has been well studied, there are limited data on the association of primary cytogenetic

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Multiple Myeloma Imaging- “MRI With Contrast” Gadolinium Spurs Myeloma?

“Gadolinium (Gd)-based contrast agents are frequently used to enhance MRI resolution. We evaluated effect of the most common Gd-containing agent, Omniscan, on myeloma cells.” Multiple myeloma

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80% of Pediatric Cancer Survivors Suffer Chemo-Induced Heart, Brain, Joint Damage

“Eight of 10 pediatric cancer survivors had abnormal findings on brain, heart, and bone images, including six patients with and two patients without clinical symptoms.” Though the study linked

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Managing MGUS w/ Curcumin

“Fifty percent (5 of 10) of these (MGUS) patients had a 12% to 30% reduction in their paraprotein levels, while on curcumin therapy. In addition, 27% of patients on curcumin had a >25% decrease…” Hi,

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Iron Deficiency- MGUS, SMM & MM- Intravenous Vitamin C, Curcumin?

Or to put this differently, IVC and Velcade both work better,  kill more monoclonal proteins, if you have normal iron blood levels. Hi David- A quick question about Intravenous Vitamin C (IVC).  I have

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