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Revlimid, Multiple Myeloma, Secondary Cancer

“…various types of therapies (eg, oral alkylating therapy, myeloablative therapy used in conjunction with ASCT, radiotherapy, and revlimid (lenalidomide) to be associated with an excess of

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About PeopleBeatingCancer

The Galen Foundation DBA PeopleBeatingCancer is an interactive website offering cancer patients, survivors and caregivers information, education and cancer coaching. My name is David Emerson. I am a long-term

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Cisplatin Side Effects- Reduced Magnesium, Kidney Disease, High Blood Pressure-

“Magnesium L-threonate is often used for its potential brain benefits and may help manage certain brain disorders, such as depression and age-related memory loss.” Dear Cancer Coach- I’m

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Multiple Myeloma Symptom, Side Effect- Hyperviscosity, Blood Clots…

Multiple Myeloma Symptom, Side Effect-“Risk factors associated with increased risk of VTE among patients with Multiple Myeloma were a history of prior VTE, lenalidomide¬†and thalidomide therapy.” A

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Understanding CBD and its Help to Cancer Patients

Understanding CBD and its Help to Cancer Patients The healing properties of CBD have made it one of the most talked-about compounds in recent times. It has also been credited with having a ton of health

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Myeloma Chemotherapy Blood Side Effects

“Oncologic emergencies (mm chemotherapy blood side effects) associated with mm include myelosuppression (anemia, neutropenia, and thrombocytopenia), bone-related emergencies, and acute renal failure…” The

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Multiple Myeloma, Cancer, Genetic Markers, Risk

Genetic Markers may Signal an Increased Risk of Cancer. At the Same Time Nutrition, Supplementation and Lifestyle Can Reduce your Risk of the same Cancer… I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in

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Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma-“Continual Risk of Secondary Cancer”

“…but the investigators wrote that this study confirmed the continual risk of secondary cancer beyond 25 years after a diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma…” The study isn’t talking

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Prevent Chemo-Induced Heart Damage in Breast Cancer

6% of breast cancer patients in the exercise program required delay or discontinuation of Herceptin because of reduced left ventricular ejection fraction compared with 28% otherwise Chemotherapy can cause

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