Recently Diagnosed or Relapsed? Stop Looking For a Miracle Cure, and Use Evidence-Based Therapies To Enhance Your Treatment and Prolong Your Remission

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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I’m Not a Dr.- What Qualifies as a Myeloma Expert?

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An important motivator for doing what I do is the positive feedback I receive from Multiple Myeloma patients, survivors and caregivers. It’s one of the mind-body therapies I talk about- a sense of purpose.

Positive feedback from MM patients, survivors and caregivers is one of the biggest reasons why I do what I do.
I’m not a doctor. I’m certainly not an oncologist. In my mind however, that’s the point. While conventional oncology is an important piece of the MM puzzle, they are only a piece.
Experience and years of research have taught me that oncologists usually think a certain way. This is called “group think.” This makes sense as medical doctors, generally speaking,  all have undergone basically the same extensive education.
On the other hand, my education has been living with MM, living with end-stage diagnosis, living with complete remission from a non-conventional therapy and finally, living with years of long-term and late stage side effects.
My point is that I propose a different perspective. A complementary/integrative approach to treating multiple myeloma as well as short, long-term and late stage side effects.
Painful experience taught me two things: First, MM patients must look beyond conventional therapies in order to understand the world beyond the FDA and second, conventional oncologists have biases and blind spots in their understanding of multiple myeloma.
Positive testimonials from people who have taken PBC courses, in general feel very positive about their experiences.
Once in a great while however, I am contacted by a person, usually newly diagnosed, who objects to being charged for the information they would receive with a multiple myeloma cancer coaching program.
As you can see, Jeff is a bit angry…
PeopleBeatingCancer.org is a 501C3 non-profit organization. While I try to keep our overhead low, we do incur expenses such as:
  • Hosting fees
  • Platform fees
  • Graphic design fees
  • Part-time employee
  • Others

Have you been diagnosed with either pre-myeloma or full myeloma?

David Emerson

  • Myeloma Survivor
  • Myeloma Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

In 62 in great shape work out relatively eat well. 
Whst I’m looking for is specific diet changes and supplements so I’m pro active about keeping my mgus in its earliest stages
Any suggestions?

Hi Jeff-
This may sound odd for a MM survivor to say in an email but I’ve often told MGUS patients that they are in a sort of cancer “sweet spot.” Meaning, nutrition, nutritional supplement, and lifestyle changes can dramatically reduce your risk of both a full blown MM diagnosis as well as a host of other chronic conditions.
All while remaining in a pre-cancer stage.
Please consider including nutritional supplementation to your diet in order to further reduce your risk of a frank MM diagnosis.
Good luck,
David Emerson

Ahhhhhh I see it’s about making money
No thank you

Hi Jeff-

Yes, the Pre-MM CC Program details specific foods, supplements, and lifestyle therapies to reduce your risk of a frank MM diagnosis.
David Emerson
MM Survivor
MM Cancer Coach
Director PBC


I’m always fascinated by patients who spend tens of 000’s of dollars on toxic therapies that work only some of the time while causing short, long term and late stage side effects. $49.00 doesn’t come close to the ongoing expenses incurred running a 501c3 not to mention the years of research that goes into the PBC programs.
Good luck,
David Emerson

Your a piece of shit with that response
People who really care and try to do good don’t answer like that
Remember your nothing …

I’m fascinated by people like you who prey on people who are dick and scared…karma baby…keep selling your someone will get wise to you..I was warned slready
You don’t sound like a coach you sound like a total f****** a******

Hey Jeff- You’re angry. I get it. I understand a diagnosis of pre-MM is upsetting. But don’t take it out on me. Every therapy I discuss, everything I do is supported by research/studies. All conventional oncology will do is prescribe chemotherapy. If that’s fine with you then go for it.

David Emerson

I’ll share your professional thoughts with the MM community…because you know better…I guess Dana Farber, Sloan Kettering, Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic Etc are nothing in your world…I’m not angry at my diagnosis dummy I’m angry that I asked you a simple question about diet changes forr immune system and you shuffle me off to YOUR site to make money…thanks for showing what type of human you are…you say everything you say is backed by research and study dr david…you better hope so when your giving unprofessional advice to people who have contracted MM or other diseases…just because you had a today’s successful outcome for yourself doesn’t make your petrie dish outcome a scientific fact of disease control.  You completely discounting functional medicine and push this alternative agenda is incompetent and dangerous.
Dont play GOD because You had  a so far positive outcome.
I’m just saying

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Brendon Fallon says a couple of years ago

This Jeff sounds like he needs to meditate and chill out.

    David Emerson says a couple of years ago

    Hi Brendon- Yes, there is a lot of anger out there. I can’t be too hard on newly diagnosed pre or full MM patients…

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