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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Hi David, I am almost 3 years post allogeneic transplant (matched sibling) for 17 del IgA kappa myeloma, stage IIA, no bone lesions, only anemia. I have had mild GI GVHD (on sirolimus for that) and I have slowly added back in my supplements as the GVHD is resolving.
I take BCM95 curcumin, green tea, resveratrol, fish oil, grape seed extract, vit.K2, calcium & magnesium, vitamin D3 and boswellin for GI (I have history of IBS). I was taking Wobenzym N early on and I may add it back in. The enzymes were upsetting my stomach. The green tea and resveratrol I just added back in this week. I noticed that the curcumin and resveratrol lowered my siromilus levels, so I backed off after transplant.
My latest blood work finally shows normal free light chain levels (they have been below normal) and ratio. No M-spike. I am told that I am in complete remission (CR) post allogeneic transplant. My concern is trace amounts of IgM and lambda paraproteins now showing up in my blood. I had IgA kappa myeloma. My oncologist doesn’t have an explanation and my allo transplant doctor thinks it is a temporary anomaly, it has shown up once in October blood work and again a week ago. Have you ever heard of this in other patients? My oncologist suggested going back on Revlimid but my transplant doctor thinks it is unnecessary. He said that if I was developing another form of myeloma it would be IgG or IgE, it would not likely be IgM.
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