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Category Archives for non-conventional therapies

1 in 4 Chemo Drugs Cardio-toxic aka cause Heart Failure

“However, lead author Daniel Addison, MD, explained that the likelihood of having a major cardiac event related to a cancer drug appears to be quite small…”   According to the article

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Donate to PeopleBeatingCancer- 501C3 Non-Profit

The Galen Foundation dba PeopleBeatingCancer is a 501C3 nonprofit organization providing Myeloma, Skin, Esophageal cancer as well as long-term and late stage coaching, research and advocacy to cancer patients

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How Can A Person Maintain Mental Health Through Exercise?

Be it for physical health or mental health, or both, exercise, in my experience anyway, is the single most effective therapy there is. I say that as a long-term cancer survivor who has struggled with his

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Can Childhood, AYA Cancer Survivors Heal Frailty, Cognitive Decline?

I am an AYA survivor. I was first diagnosed at 34- pretty old as AYA patients go but I still fall into the AYA category. More importantly, I have lived with long-term and late stage side effects since

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Reducing Inflammation is the Key to Cognitive Function and Long Life

Chronic systemic inflammation becomes increasingly associated with risk of death, loss of cognitive function and increasing dependency Could five nutritional supplements be the proverbial “fountain

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Chemobrain Coping- Multiple Myeloma Survivor’s list of 8 after 25 years-

I consider my chemobrain (from MM treatment) to be similar to what Jane Brody calls “age-related cognitive decline.” While I may not be able to cure both, I do believe in the therapies below- Chemobrain

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Can Afib be “chemotherapy-induced”?

“Sudden death with documented or suspected ventricular arrhythmias has been reported with almost all classes of chemotherapeutic drugs but rarely…” My diagnosis of multiple myeloma in

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Melatonin As Anti-Aging Therapy for Age-Related Bone Loss

“These compelling results are the first evidence indicating that dietary melatonin (mel) supplementation is able to exert beneficial effects against age-related bone loss in old rats…” A

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5 High Cannabinoid Percentage C-B-D Oil Strains for Multiple Myeloma

“But the characteristic that causes C-B-D (cannabinoids) to stand out, particularly in the mainstream media, is that it produces none of the psychoactive “high” effects for which T-H-C is famous…” I

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Resveratrol = Anti-Aging, Slow Multiple Myeloma, Slow chronic disease?

a phase II study evaluating resveratrol (RES) in patients with Alzheimer disease showed that resveratrol can delay cognitive decline in the ability to perform daily tasks119 Can Resveratrol (RES) slow

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