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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“Xerostomia can lead to speech and eating difficulties, halitosis (bad breath), an increase in the number of dental cavities (saliva helps prevent tooth decay), and infections in the mouth, suchContinue reading
“These results suggest that taurine offers a protective effect against CP-induced urinary bladder damage… Moringa leaves play an important role in ameliorating and protecting the bladder fromContinue reading
“She (the nurse) told me I had what’s known as cancer-related cognitive impairment or “chemobrain.” Estimates vary but studies suggest a significant number of cancer patients who’veContinue reading
According to research 95% of all MM is diagnosed at stage 2 or 3, that is to say advanced. MM is difficult to see coming. Therefore stabilizing MM patients is oncology’s priority. The standard-of-careContinue reading
“But drinking moderate amounts of coffee is linked to lower rates of pretty much all cardiovascular disease, contrary to what many might have heard about the dangers of coffee or caffeine…” IContinue reading
Coffee (COF) reduces the risk of a diagnosis of cancer, improves my BMD, improves my kidney/liver function, helps my brain speed and tastes great… When I was first diagnosed with a single boneContinue reading
“Whole-body hyperthermia is used to treat metastatic cancer that has spread throughout the body. This can be accomplished by several techniques that raise the body temperature…” Dear David-DoesContinue reading