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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Overall, a substantial risk of VTE associated with lenalidomide-based regimens (MM side effect) was evident in controlled clinical trial settings, despite adequate thromboprophylaxis.” You’veContinue reading
Identify Anemia as a Symptom of Multiple Myeloma and Learn both Conventional and Non-Conventional Therapies to Feel Normal Again- You are tired. Not the kind of tired that is fixed with a nap. TiredContinue reading
“Having private insurance, living in a higher-income region and receiving treatment at an academic institution all appeared associated with significantly longer OS for patients with multiple myeloma…” Income,Continue reading
Yes, nutritional supplements “work” for multiple myeloma patients and survivors. I supplement daily (see below) with many of the below and have remained in complete remission since 1999. ConventionalContinue reading
“Celgene charges up to $500 per capsule for the drugs (Thalidomide, Revlimid), and has taken in $17.1 billion selling them (to MM patients and survivors) from 2009 to 2013, the suit claimed.” ConsideringContinue reading
Whole-Body Hyperthermia (sauna) is cytotoxic to myeloma, lowers blood pressure, rids the body of heavy metals and is relaxing… Whole-Body Hyperthermia (sauna) is about as non-conventional a multipleContinue reading
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