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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Integrative Cancer Therapy to Enhance the Efficacy of Your MM Chemotherapy While you Reduce It’s Toxicity You have been new diagnosed with multiple myeloma (MM). You have been told that your bloodContinue reading
“Xerostomia can lead to speech and eating difficulties, halitosis (bad breath), an increase in the number of dental cavities (saliva helps prevent tooth decay), and infections in the mouth, suchContinue reading
Radiation-induced lumbosacral plexopathy can result when radiation, used in the treatment of various neoplasms, is directed toward management of abdominal and pelvic malignancies. I was diagnosed withContinue reading
A statistically significant association was established between HPV and multiple myeloma. This study supports the hypothesis that HPV can infect lymphoid cells. According to the research linked below,Continue reading
“We hypothesized that upfront Radiation Therapy (RT) is a marker of more aggressive disease associated with worse long‐term survival outcomes…” As is often the case, I disagree withContinue reading
Non-conventional therapy such as acupuncture is often poo-pooed by conventional oncology. Acupuncture eased pain caused by MM side effects- Are the benefits of acupuncture real? Multiple Myeloma sideContinue reading
I was diagnosed in 1994. My prognosis was 3-5 years. I have maintained complete remission from End-Stage Multiple Myeloma since 1999. Am I cured? My name is David Emerson. Welcome to PeopleBeatingCancer.org. IContinue reading
I went under the knife four days later and woke up eight hours after that. I was told that I had multiple myeloma. I was told that myeloma was an incurable but very treatable (?)Continue reading
“The clinical picture is one of progressive motor and sensory loss in the legs, usually appearing within a year after radiation, but sometimes delayed up to several years..” Plexopathy, RadiculopathyContinue reading