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Multiple Myeloma Chemotherapy- Heart Damage Risk 300% Higher!

“The risk (cardiomyopathy) ranged from about 60% higher in ovarian cancer to over 300% higher in multiple myeloma.” Chemotherapy is toxic. Multiple myeloma chemotherapy increases the risk of

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Multiple Myeloma, CAR-T Cell Therapy and Heart Failure-

The outcome of interest (for CAR-T Cell patients) included cardiovascular (CV-heart failure) events defined as a combination of arrhythmia, heart failure exacerbation, cardiogenic shock, and CV death. CAR-T

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Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis- Co-Disease at Dx?

“We found higher-impact and lower-impact multimorbidity clusters among older veterans with newly-diagnosed Multiple Myeloma treated with chemotherapy.” I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma (MM)

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Sauna, Heart Health and Longevity

“Frequenting the sauna appears to be connected to a reduced risk of number of cardiovascular conditions including heart failure and coronary heart disease and ultimately lead to enhanced longevity…” The

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Lasix Side Effects-Is Furosemide Necessary for Stable Heart Failure?

Lasix reduces fluid yet also causes a host of side effects. The study linked below questions the need for Lasix (furosemide) in patients with stable heart failure. Lasix (furosemide) main use is to cause

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Heart Failure + Surgery = Higher Risk of Death

They found that within 90 days after surgery, 10.1 percent of heart failure patients who had symptoms from their heart condition died. I developed chronic atrial fibrillation (afib) in the fall of 2010.

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Integrative Myeloma Therapies to Reduce or Eliminate Chemo-induced Heart Damage

“In patients receiving therapy for relapsed multiple myeloma, heart failure, angina, and other cardiovascular adverse events occurred more frequently with carfilzomib compared with bortezomib” If

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Cocoa Flavanol (dark chocolate) for skin, heart and brain health

regular cocoa flavanol consumption had positive effects on facial wrinkles and elasticity. Cocoa flavanol supplementation may contribute to the prevention of the progression of photo-aging For the record

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Resveratrol = Anti-Aging, Reduce cancer, Slow chronic disease?

a phase II study evaluating resveratrol (RES) in patients with Alzheimer disease showed that resveratrol can delay cognitive decline in the ability to perform daily tasks119 Can resveratrol slow aging,

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Multiple Myeloma Survivors, Cardiovascular Disease and How to Treat It

“Many people survive their cancers, but end up dying of cardiovascular disease (CVD). New research finds that Cardiovascular Disease risk factors may be overlooked during survivorship care” Many

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