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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The multiple myeloma treatment that the most experienced oncologist doesn’t get is mind-body therapy. MM patient’s must heal their mind as well as their body.
Most of us have an intuitive understanding of how the mind influences the health of our body. What most of us don’t have are studies that demonstrate specific mind-body therapies for multiple myeloma.
Like chemotherapy, nutrition or surgery, MM survivors and caregivers need actionable therapies that have been shown to heal the body. I am a long-term multiple myeloma survivor and multiple myeloma cancer coach. I have been relying on evidence-based, mind-body therapies ever since I was told that I was end-stage.
Once I was told that I was end-tage I took control of my health.I underwent a controversial alternative therapy and reached complete remission. I then decided to see a psychologist.
Seeing a psychologist and talking about my experiences helped me. A lot. I was able to get to a place mentally where I could launch PeopleBeatingCancer.org and begin to put together my health regimen. It became clear that mind-body multiple myeloma therapies can be different things to different people. The point is to look beyond surgery, chemotherapy and radiation to manage your care.
Please watch the video below to learn more about the evidence-based, integrative therapies to combat treatment side effects and enhance your chemotherapy.
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“I understand that mind-body therapies don’t get much respect when it comes to a MM diagnosis. All I am saying is that the mind-body therapies below are complementary therapies to be added into your regimen and that they are what I have been doing for years now…”
“You’ve been diagnosed with cancer. You are facing a host of therapies proposed by your oncologist. Surgery, chemotherapy and or radiation have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as the “standard-of-care” to treat your cancer.
As a newly diagnosed cancer patient you will learn that conventional cancer therapies can take a real toll on your physical and mental health…”
“f it’s one thing that I’ve learned over the 20+ years of surviving my cancer, it is that cancer patients, survivors and caregivers need more than what conventional oncology offers. Please don’t expect your oncocologist to provide you what I believe is one of the most important therapies- mind-body therapy…”
“Giving, whether you give your time, your experience, your belongings or your money, makes you, makes most of us, feel better. But does feeling better make you healthier? PeopleBeatingCancer is a nonprofit created by a cancer survivor for cancer survivors and caregivers. PBC is all about therapies to make us healthier…”
“If you are married, right out of the box you will do 20% better than the averages according to the studies linked below. Twenty Percent (20%)! Who would have thunk it?…”