fighting multiple myeloma naturally

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RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by dalecathy on Thu Mar 07, 2019 01:01 AM

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Jamiie, I tried to view the link you shared and I couldn't get it to work... so sorry, Cathy

RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by Joanypone on Thu Apr 04, 2019 02:53 PM

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Hi Cathy and Elizabeith!  My husband (74) was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in Dec/17 and at Stage 4..and dying. Our dr. sent him for radiation on his back, and started the Revlimid and dexamethasone regimen right away.  He is not a candidate for stem cell given his age unfortunately.  In any event, he is now in REMISSION!!!   He has made excellent progress just on chemo and a normal diet in the last year. His biggest challenge is infections...he was on antibiotics for 3 months for 3 different infections and had to go off his chemo during that time.  But all is still well.  And wishing you both success too.

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RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by dalecathy on Thu Apr 04, 2019 03:46 PM

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On Apr 04, 2019 2:53 PM Joanypone wrote:

Hi Cathy and Elizabeith!  My husband (74) was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in Dec/17 and at Stage 4..and dying. Our dr. sent him for radiation on his back, and started the Revlimid and dexamethasone regimen right away.  He is not a candidate for stem cell given his age unfortunately.  In any event, he is now in REMISSION!!!   He has made excellent progress just on chemo and a normal diet in the last year. His biggest challenge is infections...he was on antibiotics for 3 months for 3 different infections and had to go off his chemo during that time.  But all is still well.  And wishing you both success too.

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Thank you so much for replying! So happy your husband is in remission! What a blessing for you! Dale is now on a regimen of Velcade and Revlimid and Dexamethazone, after completing his six rounds of Cytoxan and Velcade and Dexamethazone.. still not in remission, but hoping soon... trying to decide whether to pursue a stem cell transplant as he is just under the usual cutoff age... God bless you and your husband with much time together still!

RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by Elizabeth19 on Wed Apr 10, 2019 10:07 PM

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On Apr 04, 2019 2:53 PM Joanypone wrote:

Hi Cathy and Elizabeith!  My husband (74) was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in Dec/17 and at Stage 4..and dying. Our dr. sent him for radiation on his back, and started the Revlimid and dexamethasone regimen right away.  He is not a candidate for stem cell given his age unfortunately.  In any event, he is now in REMISSION!!!   He has made excellent progress just on chemo and a normal diet in the last year. His biggest challenge is infections...he was on antibiotics for 3 months for 3 different infections and had to go off his chemo during that time.  But all is still well.  And wishing you both success too.

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I am so happy about your husband’s progress. There are hundreds of ways to cure cancer and I’m so glad that your husband has found what works for him. His progress will be encouraging to many.

RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by dalecathy on Wed Apr 10, 2019 11:31 PM

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Joanypone, that is wonderful news about your husband!! Keep on plugging away! Don’t we just get thrilled when other people don’t give us much hope, but no one knows the outcome except the One in control! Blessings to you!

RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by Joanypone on Thu Apr 11, 2019 03:15 AM

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Thank you, Cathy and Elizabeth.  My prayers are with both of you and your husbands,

Best, 

Joan

RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by Tzipora on Sun May 26, 2019 04:58 PM

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My husband has been diagnosed June 2017 with stage 3. We went the natural route with protocel. There's lots of info on it in a book/ website outsmartyourcancer. He has been stable since...but didnt go into remission. Would love to hear if anyone did a natural route that got them in remission. 

RE: fighting multiple myeloma naturally

by MrWGB on Thu Jun 13, 2019 05:16 AM

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Hi, following your story.  I was diagnosed with Plasma Cell Leukemia in April, not excited about a SCT and curious to know more about your CDB/THC treatment.  I currently use these products to help symptoms but considering the RSO protocol with THC.  Good luck in your journey.  Thanks for any information.  Glenn

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