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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“Essiac tea was developed in the 1920s by Rene Caisse, a Canadian nurse, and promoted as an alternative cancer treatment. It is a formulation of four botanicals: burdock root, sheep sorrel root, slippery elm bark, and rhubarb root (1) (2).Essiac demonstrated antioxidant (12) and cytotoxic properties in vitro (6) (11), but stimulated growth of human breast cancer cells both via estrogen receptor (ER)-dependent and ER-independent pathways (3). Studies of its antiproliferative effects on prostate cancer cells also yielded conflicting data (7) (8). Remission of hormone-refractory prostate cancer was reported in a patient (9), but a retrospective study of breast cancer patients found that Essiac did not improve quality of life or mood (10).
Despite unsubstantiated claims (5), Essiac tea remains a popular anticancer therapy…”
I am sorry to read of your mother’s MM diagnosis. Before you decide on either her therapy plan going forward or your membership in the MM Cancer Coaching Program, would
it be okay for me to ask you a couple of questions about your mom and her situation?
“Oral medication and weekly injections for 4 months” sounds like the standard therapy of RVD or revlimid, velcade, dexamethasone. This is an excellent first step to stabilize your mom at this point.
Do you know her stage at diagnosis?
Is your mom experiencing any symptoms? Fatigue? Bone pain/fractures? Kidney problems?
Do you know or have any of her diagnostic results? Do you know her m-spike aka monoclonal proteins?
I don’t mean to sound nosey. The amount of chemotherapy that your mom has will definitely affect her quality and length of life going forward.
If you can give me some insight into your mom’s MM situation, I can tell you what aspects of conventional oncology as well as the MM CC program will apply to her treatment going forward.
Let me know thanks.
Hang in there,
Please send me information on multiple myelomaReply
I will be able to send you more helpful MM information if you can tell me more about your situation-
Do you or a loved one have symptoms (bone pain, fatigue, etc.)?
Have you been staged? If so, what stage at diagnosis?
Do you have any organ damage? Kidney, bone, etc?
Let me know, thanks and hang in there,
I have multiple myeloma for 9years, I would like to know if Essiac tonic will help with this mm
it will clean the liver and blood
I have no personal experience with either essiac tea or essiac tonic. My research of each has turned up little about each as cancer therapies and none about liver, blood cleansing. I take milk thistle to cleanse my liver and detox regularly with sauna.
As MM therapies however, I include anti-angiogenic foods and spices into my daily diet as well as supplement daily with anti-oxidant/anti-angiogenic supplements.
My mother has just been diagnosed with symptomatic MM at age 65. Her treatment plan will be oral medication and weekly injections for 4 months followed by a stem cell transplant. We are based in Australia. How can I get access to this program please? Thank you so much.Reply