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Name: Janice Barsby Date: June 25, 2005 - UPDATED April 8, 2010 Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma Stage III Contact: buyersoutletmall@earthlink.net I have written on this site before but I am updating my story in July 2008 to let you know how things have gone for me. My original diagnosis was October 2004. After reading some of the things others have gone through I feel very fortunate. I am a survivor of Stage III (end stage) Multiple Myeloma (Bone Cancer). Multiple Myeloma is...
        Mrs Nail
Date: March 27, 2004 Name: Mrs. Nail Subject: Multiple Myeloma To: Poly MVA Survivors Re: My Mother’s Multiple Myeloma 03-27-04 My mom's neurologist discovered an abnormal M-protein in January, 2002, just before her 83rd birthday. It was 0.8, and her IgA was quite elevated. However, she wasn't having any "symptoms" and felt normal. Then, by July, 2002, it increased 50% to 1.2. Then they told her she had MGUS. By November, it was up another 50% to 1.9. We had been to the...
        Ken Walker
Date: November 27, 2001 Name: Ken Walker Subject: Multiple Myeloma E-Mail: kwalk@centurytel.net I am a Multiple Myeloma Cancer Survivor On March 19, 2001 and at the age of 67 my wife Deana and I were devastated by the news that I had only a short time to live. I was diagnosed as being in the latter stages of a rare form of bone marrow cancer, Multiple Myeloma. My Oncologist informed us that there was no cure, only treatment. Chemotherapy with all its dangerous side effects...
Name: Margaret Fischer, Ph.D, J.D. Date: March 28, 1997 Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma Carcinoma Yesterday my oncologist, Dr. Latta Subramanian of the Alaska Medical and Surgical Clinic, gave me the wonderful news that the results of the extensive lab tests taken last week showed "no measurable signs of multiple myeloma carcinoma" as confirmed by the absence of evidence of 1) protein in the urine and 2) irregularities in the lambda light chain. White blood count was 5,000; red cell...
        Douglas’ Story
Name: Douglas Wray City: La Mesa, CA Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma E-mail: rdwray@gmail.com Douglas’ Story I was diagnosed May 1, 2006 with Multiple Myeloma Stage III. X-rays revealed three fractures in the spine, lesions on the rib cage and upper arm bones. I was immediately admitted to the hospital. I began a chemotherapy, Decadron, Velcade and Doxorubicin combo, by IV, every four days. On the fourth day, I was released from the hospital. I previously heard of...
         Larry’s Story
Name: Larry Cunningham City: Eagle, ID Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma Larry’s Story I was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in November of 2005. I started treatment with Velcade and Dexamethasone. I experienced extreme leg pain and had trouble sleeping because of the Dexamethasone. During that period I stared on Poly MVA. Later I was changed to Revlimid with the Poly. I have no pain and my ability to exercise and work daily have returned. I would like to know other...
        Marilyn’s Story
Marilyn Watts City: Coldwell, ID Diagnosis: Bowel Cancer E-mail: wattsuppal@msn.com Marilyn’s Story I was diagnosed with Dukes B Colon Cancer May 2000. I read about Poly MVA on the internet and was impressed with the results. My brother was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma November 2005 and in researching for answers our family was led to Poly MVA. He is currently taking Revlemed and Poly MVA and his numbers are improving. I consider myself a “Cancer Conqueror”,...
         Harold’s Story
Name: Harold L. Hopkins City: Kissimee, FL Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma E-mail: hopkins232@earthlink.net Harold’s Story I was fortunate enough to learn about Poly MVA from one of my physicians who has been a doctor as well as a friend for over twelve years. I shared with him the fact that I have been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. He helped me in the past with personal as well as physical problems. Since I have been on chemo for over eight months, I have paid close...
        Angelo's Story
Name: Angelo Volpe Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma and Barretts Esophagus Cancer City: New York, New York Date Started Poly-MVA: September 2004 Dosage Amount: 2tsp, 4x daily with COq10 for 2 months....then 2tsp 2x daily with COq10 for 1 month....then 1tsp daily with COq10 maintenance thereafter. My Poly-MVA Story I was 74 years old when I had my heart by-pass surgery. This was in March of 1999. The outcome was successful. However, there was a problem with my kidneys. The...
        D.D.
"In June 2010, I was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma (Smoldering). After all my lab test and consulting with a specialist at the University of Chicago, My doctor said I didn't need any treatments as of now, because it was (smoldering) just the beginning. I had a hard time trying to decide to do nothing, so after my own research & reading the book "Knockout" by Suzanne Somers, I chose to try the Poly-MVA. I started in July 2010 & began the loading dose of 8 tsp a day. I had blood work...
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