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Multiple Myeloma Bone Health- Denosumab vs. Bisphophonates?

“Prescribers are advised that zoledronic acid (bisphophonates) is associated with reports of renal impairment and renal failure, especially in patients with pre-existing renal dysfunction…” Hi

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Top Benefits of IV Therapy 

Intravenous (IV) therapy is the fastest means to deliver immediate medication, fluids, and nutrients into the body. IV Therapy is quick because it bypasses the digestive system and introduces drugs directly

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Myeloma Survival- Low-dose Maintenance Therapy

Combine Conventional (Lenalidomide) with Evidence-based Non-Conventional Low-dose Maintenance Therapy to Increase OS While Decreasing Toxic Damage¬† You’ve been diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Naturally

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Pancreatic cancer- Alternative Therapy-

Conventional Oncology Considers Pancreatic Cancer To Be Incurable- I don’t… When a cancer patient is given a terminal diagnosis what is he/she supposed to do? When a cancer patient is given

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Iron Deficiency In People With Cancer

An iron deficiency is one of the most common complications in cancer patients, affecting 30-90%, depending on the type of cancer. An iron deficiency means not enough oxygen is being carried around the

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