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Multiple Myeloma Patients- Five Steps for Control

Multiple Myeloma Patients and Survivors Must Learn about both Conventional and Non-Conventional Therapies in Order to Manage Their Cancers Successfully Kathy Giusti, fellow long term multiple myeloma patient

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Pre- Myeloma Diagnosis – Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma w/ MGUS

“The results showed that curcumin strongly inhibited proliferation of Raji cells, (lymphoma) for Raji cells was 22.8 +/- 1.82 micromol/L and curcumin induced Raji cell apoptosis in a time- and dose-dependent

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Multiple Myeloma End-stage? Step-Father relapsed again

“I mentioned to the doctor about complementary therapies for multiple myeloma and he said if they would work they would be using them in hospitals!” Dear Cancer Coach- as you can imagine there

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Surviving Multiple Myeloma- Side Effects, Aging and Skin Care

“it is indicated that 12 weeks of treatment with a cream containing 5% Alpha Lipoid Acid improves clinical characteristics related to photo ageing of facial skin (side effects) I’ve been

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Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis- MM Survivor Guidance

Cancer coaches though, say hospitals sometimes fall short, which is where they come in. “Hospitals often have limited resources, so when coaches are available to support patients in taking a more active

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Multiple Myeloma Radiation- Numbness, Tingling

After radiation therapy for tumors near the spine, late-delayed myelopathy may develop. This disorder causes weakness, loss of sensation, and sometimes the Brown-Séquard syndrome The hallmark symptom

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Multiple Myeloma Radiation Side Effect

“Any tissue within the radiation field can experience (side effect) radiation fibrosis including nerves, muscles, blood vessels, bones, tendons, ligaments, heart or lungs.” Not every multiple

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Natural Multiple Myeloma, Anti-Aging Therapy, Vitamin D3

“Given the role of vitamin D in calcium absorption and bone metabolism, it is crucial to maintain sufficient levels for multiple myeloma patients because of their high risk of bone-related complications.” I

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Myeloma Diet- Glucose/Sugar, MGUS, SMM and MM

“…there was no association between self reported diabetes and multiple myeloma …” Insulin Therapy Tied to Increased Death Risk for Multiple Myeloma Patients “No conclusion about causal

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Multiple Myeloma Relapse- Hope is the Key

It may be difficult to find hope after a multiple myeloma relapse. I relapsed twice after my diagnosis before I began to look at my incurable blood cancer differently… I don’t think I’d

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