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’m glad you got back to me I thought you might be too busy with writing about multiple myeloma therapies on your hands and how much you have put in, anyway I have been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma.
I’m 66 years of age just started to get my state pensions and others, put in to just work 3 days week I thought great I can have more time for me and my interests, to my partner who manages a health food shop and of course family, I can’t believe this has happened to me I am devastated,
I used to go to the gym regularly and included cardio as part of my reg time of enjoyment to health and mental well-being.
I was admitted to hospital 13/10/2020. The second day I had radiotherapy in my thoracic part of my spine there were 3-4 parts of my vertebra spine that had collapsed on day 3, I was sort of stable I did not have to wear a brace.
20/10/2020 I was sent to have a bone biopsy from my hip that was NOT a good experience. The nurse had to go in a second time because she did not get enough bone marrow.
Well that’s enough about me, as you can imagine you know what I’m going through and all the research I have been doing especially as to more natural resolution would be much better for this particular cancer.
So I have been accumulating data from all over the world to try and make sense of this cancer and how I can do anything about myself.
In the respect of good diet and natural wonders of earth spices, herbs and special types of vitamins.
To be honest I am going to do more research on you David before I make any payments. I hope this is a one off payment of $199.99 so please don’t be offended.
At the moment I am having problems with kidneys and I don’t want to have permanent damage. They say water is really best 3 to 5 pints a day???
Many Thanks For your time- Peter-
A diagnosis of a rare blood cancer can be devastating. The good news is that with a combination of conventional and non-conventional MM therapies, you should be a able to manage your MM for years. More good news is that you are young as MM patients go and it sounds as though you are in good shape otherwise.
Yes, the MM Cancer Coaching Program is a one-time purchase. You will receive 21 CC guides, 24 videos and membership in the private, closed, online group called Beating Myeloma.
I will link blog posts I’ve written about MM and kidney involvement, kidney damage. The “supplements” guide in the program also lists black seed oil.
In addition, be sure to read the “kidney guide” in the MM CC program. While kidney damage is a common symptom of MM, it can cause real problems for the MM patient.
Let me know if you have any questions.
“The challenge for those newly diagnosed Multiple Myeloma patients that achieve remission is that the toxicity of those therapies can cause life-threatening side effects to the patient’s blood, bones, kidneys, and heart.
The most serious of all side effects is an eventuality of all multiple myeloma patients- MDR aka multi-drug resistance.
The answer, in this survivor’s opinion anyway, is the judicious use of those nasty, both life threatening while at the same time, life saving, toxic therapies. When I say “judicious” I simply mean to employ those therapies efficiently. For example, an autologous stem cell transplant aka high-dose, aggressive chemotherapy is NOT an efficient use of chemo.
The less toxicity, the fewer side effects and the less likelihood of MDR. But you might be thinking “that’s easier said than done!” And you may have a point…
The solution to the “less is more” conundrum faced by all multiple myeloma patients and survivors are evidence-based but non-toxic therapies like thymoquinone (TQ) aka black seed oil .
The five studies linked and excerpted below explain how TQ is:
“Between 50 and 80 percent of people with multiple myeloma (MM) will have Bence Jones protein in their urine…”