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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Good afternoon, David. My name is Cheryl. My dad who is 74 years old, is at a very tough point in his multiple myeloma cancer journey. He has done multiple rounds of chemotherapy and yet they have shared with him that he is not eligible for the stem cell transplant.
I am a nutritionist and very well-versed in natural approaches and I really try to determine the best ones specifically for this type of cancer.
There does not appear to be kidney damage or bone damage per se but they did certainly see more cancer in the bones in his last biopsy.
He’s already on many of the supplements that you have discussed on your website. I would like to have a conversation with you. Is there such thing as just having one consultation? How much would that be? Thank you so much. I look forward to hearing back from you. Cheryl
Hi David- My dad is so weak right now and he is suffering from chronic diarrhea. He just turned so fast – literally in the past 6 weeks.
Hi doctors are recommending Daratumumab (Darzelex) for his last treatment option. I don’t like the side effects I’m seeing on that one when I read. He’s already really fatigued but they feel it will target the MM cells.
We are just weighing whether that is the best or to just let him be comfortable.
My heart just feels broken.
Any insight on that med is appreciated. Can it truly help someone in this condition …??
Thank you, David. Very much
Hi David- my dad passed away last Monday.
I feel heart broken and shock.
I deeply appreciate your willingness to help.
Be well, David.
Yes, we can have just one consultation. You and your dad will get more out of the consultation if you can email me your dad’s most recent diagnostic information- blood, urine, imaging. Can you send me this information?
Let me know what you are thinking.
“However, the majority of MM patients ultimately relapses or progresses, and deceases of disease related conditions such as severe infections, renal failure or toxicity3,4. Nonetheless, the increasing life expectancy of the MM population might translate into an increase in causes of death (COD) unrelated to MM…”
The most common causes of death for multiple myeloma survivors are:
Myelosuppression (Infection, pneumonia, etc,)
Renal Insufficiency (kidney failure)
Bone Disease (bone damage, fractures, leading to death)
Heart Failure (heart damage leading to death)
Blood Clots (DVT, hyper-viscosity)