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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“Hi, I just got diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma a month ago. I am going for my bone marrow biopsy in a few days- Maria”
“You’ve been diagnosed with incurable cancer. You’re trying to manage your emotions and perhaps the emotions of those closest to you. Going to a hematologist/oncologist seems like the best thing to do, right? Studies show that hematologists/oncologists who specialize in multiple myeloma provide much better overall survival statistics than non-specialists...”
“As a long-term multiple myeloma (MM) survivor who has been scanned, nuked, stuck, pricked and bled more times than I care to remember, I can tell you that multiple myeloma diagnostics are critical because:
What I mean by “all about the details” is that MM patients can have MM with few outward symptoms or MMers can have painful symptoms and yet have an early stage of even pre-multiple myeloma (SBP, MGUS, or SMM). The best way for you to learn what’s going on inside you is/are the MM diagnostic tests outlined below.
In order for you to be properly diagnosed for MM, your oncologist will examine your blood, your urine and your bones.
The most important thing for the MM patient to understand is that his/her stage at diagnosis is the single most important prognostic factor possible…”
“What is multiple myeloma? In my experience the standard-of-care approach for multiple myeloma patients is misleading. Considering only FDA approved MM therapies represents short-term thinking. Newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patients are put at a huge disadvantage if they think short-term.
In my experience, MM is a blood cancer that combines potentially life-threatening symptomsand a series of life-threatening side effects. All at the same time. Let me explain…
The most common MM symptoms are:
The most common side effects/complications caused by MM therapies are:
The most common causes of death for multiple myeloma survivors are:
These common causes of death for MM survivors can also be symptoms of MM as well as side effects caused by MM therapies…”