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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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Multiple Myeloma Chemotherapy- Low Platelets? Low Red Blood Cells?

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Low platelets and anemia come with both multiple myeloma chemotherapy ask well as from MM itself- consider non-toxic therapies 

Probably the single most often side effect cited by patient undergoing multiple myeloma chemotherapy is Thrombocytopenia aka low platelets. A close second is probably Anemia aka low red blood cells. Cancer coaching clients frequently ask me how to raise their levels of platelets and RBC’s.

Low platelets and/or low RBC’s can not only cause immune disfunction and fatigue respectively but these conditions can cause your oncologist to halt or slow your chemotherapy treatments. Which can allow your multiple myeloma to start growing once again.

According to the article linked below, I can now cite papaya leaf extract for it’s ability to stimulate the body’s production of both platelets and RBC’s. This evidence-based, non-toxic therapy can be added to the host of non-toxic, anti-MM therapies that can both fight MM as well as enhance the efficacy of MM chemotherapy regimens.

I am both a MM survivor and MM cancer coach.

To learn more about evidence-based, non-toxic therapies that can fight Multiple Myeloma and enhance the efficacy of chemotherapy regimens for Multiple Myeloma, please watch the brief video below:

Thank you,

David Emerson

  • MM Survivor
  • MM Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

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Does Carica papaya leaf-extract increase the platelet count? An experimental study in a murine model

“Methods- In total 36 mice were used for the trial. Fresh C. papaya leaf extract [0.2 mL (2 g)/mouse] was given only to the test group (18 mice). General behavior, clinical signs and feeding patterns were recorded. Blood and tissue samples were collected at intervals. Haematological parameters including platelet, red blood cell (RBC), white blood cell (WBC)…

Results- Neither group exhibited alteration of behavior or reduction in food and water intake. Similarly, no significant changes in SGOT, SGPT and serum creatinine levels were detected in the test group…

The platelet count and the RBC count were significantly increased in the test group compared to that of the controls. However, The platelet count in the test group started to increase significantly from Day 3, reaching almost a fourfold higher at WBC count and PCV (%) values were not changed significantly in the test group. Day 21…

Conclusions-Fresh C. papaya leaf extract significantly increased the platelet and RBC counts in the test group as compared to controls. Therefore, it is very important to identify those chemicals of C. papaya leaves as it can be recommended to be used as a medication to boost thrombopoiesis and erythropoiesis in humans and in animals in which these cell lineages have been compromised.

14 Amazing Natural Remedies for Low Platelets

1. Drinking Turmeric Tea

Turmeric is one of the healthiest things you can add to your regular diet, and people have been using turmeric for thousands of years for its many health benefits. Today, science has caught up enough to have studied these health benefits at more length – and so far, we know that turmeric is one of the greatest ingredients for giving your immune system an added boost when your system needs it most…

2. Increasing Your Spice Intake

If you are experiencing any symptoms that point to the idea that your immune system might be at a low-point, or you experience any of the symptoms that are directly associated with any of the health conditions that can cause low platelet count (which includes HIV and conditions like leukemia), then you should take it as a first step to take a closer look at your overall health to see where you can make essential changes in order to be healthier…

3. Drinking Milk

Drinking milk has a lot of added health benefits, including a calcium boost – and most of the vitamins and minerals that the human body needs in order to get through the average day. A lot of people might not think of drinking milk first because of the fact that it’s associated with children, but drinking milk into adulthood can have a whole host of different health benefits, and it’s highly recommended that you do…

4. Coconut Water & Milk

Coconut water and milk are usually sold in the health aisle, and maybe you shouldn’t pass it by next time that you see it. It’s excellent for hydration, it actually tastes great – and it has a whole slew of health benefits that can help you if you’ve been diagnosed with low platelet count or a condition that causes it…

5. Cutting Down on Alcohol

Having a few drinks per week would likely classify you as a moderate drinker, and any less than this would classify you as a light drinker – but more than this, and you’re pushing the line where you might be drinking too much. Alcoholism and excessive alcohol consumption aren’t good for you, period. If you are at a point where you’re drinking too much, then your body will respond with conditions and symptoms – of which a lowered platelet count can be one…

6. More Fruits and Vegetables

 

 

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