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James Bond–Surviving Multiple Myeloma Since 1992  

 6/10/21   The real James Bond and his caregiver, Kathleen, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 2020 with an all-family gathering in Shaker Hts. Ohio.  When Jim was diagnosed with last stage

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40% of Seniors Experience A-fib- Reduce Risk of Stroke W/ Non-Toxic Therapy

“By 30 months, 40 percent of patients were determined to have suffered at least one episode of this type of abnormal rhythm (A-fib)…” If you take away only two pieces of information from

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Multiple Myeloma Chemotherapy Regimens

Multiple Myeloma Chemotherapy Regimens In my experience, newly diagnosed Multiple Myeloma (NDMM) patients take their oncologist’s recommendations for a given chemotherapy regimen as immutable. That

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Acid Reflux, Heart-burn, GERD and Barrett’s Esophagus-

Studies Estimate that GERD is diagnosed in 7 million people in the U.S. annually. Of those GERD patients, 5-15% will develop Barrett’s esophagus. Of those BE patients, about 1% will develop Esophageal

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Coenzyme Q10 Is Safe and Effective Cardiomyopathy Therapy

There was no positive evidence of toxicity or intolerance in a total of 368.9 patient-years of exposure. Coenzyme Q10 is safe and effective long-term therapy for chronic cardiomyopathy.” If you’re

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Coronary Artery Disease- Non-toxic, Non-conventional Therapies

HI David- I believe I have coronary artery disease. I have high cholesterol and blood sugar as well as angina and occasional shortness of breath. Im going to consume Panax Notoginseng daily. I’m female

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Your Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis in 9 Steps!

Okay. Multiple Myeloma is a complicated blood cancer. The steps below are not easy. But the issues all are central to your MM care in the weeks, months and years to come. More than 25 years of research

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Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma- Essential Reading

Mind-Body Therapy is essential for all Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma Patients. Reading the five books below is an excellent place to begin your therapy Living with an “incurable” cancer

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Heart Failure- Chemo-Induced Afib, Hi BP, DVT

I believe that if cancer survivors live long enough, the majority will develop late onset chemotherapy-induced heart failure- cardiomyopathy, AFib, High BP, DVT aka Blood clots-  I’m a long-term

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