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- How can I maintain my multiple myeloma with evidence-based but non-toxic therapies? My multiple myeloma diagnosis is at reasonably early stage aka stage 1.
My oncologist wanted to give me conventional treatment. But I want to maintain my MM through evidence-based but non-toxic therapies.
So please help guide and advise. I will be most indebted to you. Thanks. Mark
Stage 1- Pre Habilitation: By undergoing anti-MM/anti-angiogenic nutrition, supplementation, and complementary therapies you will slow and perhaps reduce your MM to a managable level without the use of conventional therapies. Further, by pre-habilitating, you will be weakening your MM such that if you do choose to undergo conventional therapies sometime in the future, you will 1) respond better to the therapy and 2) experience fewer if any adverse events aka side effects and 3) be able to reduce the amount of conventional therapy if you choose, to reduce the toxicity you undergo.
” This article summarizes the more recent literature data concerning the employment of anti-angiogenic therapeutic agents actually used in preclinical models and clinical settings for the treatment of multiple myeloma…”
“Cancer prehabilitation is emerging as a method of better preparing patients for the often toxic and disabling effects of cancer treatment. Its place within the continuum of cancer care is rapidly being established…”
“Conclusion: Curcumin exerts a cytotoxic effect additive to that of lenalidomide on H929 myeloma cells, and it also enhances the chemo-sensitizing effects of this agent…”