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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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Articles That Discuss non-conventional therapies

Myeloma Remission- CBD, Velcade?

Hello David- thank you for your video and links and this article. I am a Multiple Myeloma patient (myeloma remission) and have been successful in killing the Monoclonal protein within 4.5 months with medical

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PeopleBeatingCancer- 501C3 Non-Profit

The Galen Foundation dba PeopleBeatingCancer is an I.R.S approved 501C3 nonprofit organization providing Pre-Myeloma (SPB, MGUS, SMM) full Myeloma,  general cancer as well as long-term and late stage

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Myeloma Antioxidants- Yes or No?

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Lynch Syndrome- What to know

Have you discovered that you have Lynch Syndrome and have an increased risk of several different types of cancer? Though I do not have Lynch Syndrome I do live with an increased risk of many different

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Traditional Chinese Medicine- Cancer?

Is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) effective as a therapy for cancer? For my cancer specifically- multiple myeloma? As is often the case, the issue of cancer therapies in general or my specific rare

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Chemotherapy-induced Hypertension-

Though I’ve written previously about chemotherapy-induced hypertension    previously, that blog posts talked as much about cardiotoxicity and cardiomyopathy as they did about the increase in blood

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Chronic Pain among Cancer Survivors

Living in chronic pain is a fate worse than death in my experience. I say this because as a long-term cancer survivor, I suffer from chronic pain off and on depending on the source, the type, etc. In my

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Teen Influencers- Pop Psychologists?

“Teen Influencers as Social Media Psychiatrists” response- I read an article in Psychology Today by Dr. Joseph Davis on the advantages and disadvantages of teens discussing mental illness on social

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Neuropathic Pain Therapies

Neuropathic pain caused by chemotherapy is not well studied and poorly controlled by conventional oncology.  My definition of this sometimes short and/or long-term side effect  is simply the tingling,

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Grape Seed Extract- Prostate Cancer

“Recently, we identified procyanidin B2 3,3″-di-O-gallate (B2G2) as most active constituent of grape seed extract (GSE) for efficacy against prostate cancer (PCa).” They say that all men

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Lower Cholesterol Naturally, Inexpensively, Painlessly

The combined results showed significant reduction of serum total cholesterol levels… triglycerides levels…and LDL-cholesterol levels,… and increase of HDL-cholesterol levels… by

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Non-alcoholic Fatty liver- cardiovascular events, women

“…we found that women with Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease are not more protected than men with NAFLD.” The takeaway from the study discussed below is that being female normally lowers

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