Learn how you can stall the development of full-blown Multiple Myeloma with evidence-based nutritional and supplementation therapies.
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Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance or MGUS is an asymptomatic blood disorder “in which a paraprotein is found in the blood during standard laboratory blood tests” according to Wikipedia.
The good news is that MGUS blood disorder is relatively harmless. The bad news is that MGUS blood disorder can lead to a diagnosis of full blown multiple myeloma- an incurable blood cancer.
MGUS at a glance-
More good news. I have lived with myeloma since my diagnosis in 2/94 and in complete remission from my myeloma since 4/99.
To learn more about the evidence-based protocols you can follow to prevent your Pre-Myeloma from becoming Multiple Myeloma, please watch the short video below:
According to a study conducted by the Mayo Clinic, approximately 3% of people over 50 have MGUS. The percentage of African-Americans who have this blood disorder is approximately 5%. The same Mayo Clinic study estimated that the risk of MGUS patients progressing to Multiple Myeloma is 1.0-1.5 annually. This risk might not sound like much but that risk increases slightly each year for the rest of your life.
Unless you do something to lower your risks.
I have found that newly diagnosed MGUS patients care most about what they can do to manage their “asymptomatic blood disorder.” Since MGUS can leads to multiple myeloma (MM), an incurable blood cancer, and since conventional oncology tells patients that there is nothing to do to delay or eliminate MGUS, I think it is important to explain to newly diagnosed MGUS patients that research indicates that anti-oxidants and nutrition can down regulate MGUS proteins.
I have lived in complete remission from my MM since ’99 by living an evidence-based, anti-MM lifestyle of anti-MM nutrition, supplementation (curcumin), bone health, lifestyle and mind-body therapies. I have put together a set of guides that outlines the evidence-based protocols I follow to stay multiple myeloma-free.
If you do not want to “watch and wait” to see if your MGUS progresses to Multiple Myeloma scroll down the page, post a question or a comment and I will reply to you ASAP.
Consider MGUS Therapies such as: