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        Angelos 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...
        John Martinez
"On May 14, 2010, I was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. The cancer had invaded my liver and esophagus. I had radiation treatment for about 2.5 months and about 6 weeks of chemotherapy. The doctor doing the chemo didn't set me up for anymore treatment. I heard about Poly-MVA thru David Bryant of Team Up Against Cancer at Phoenix 1st Assembly. I started Poly-MVA. Since then, I have felt strong and with plenty of energy, I have never had to rely on anyone to do my chores. Since I've...
        Jonah Botknecht
"My symptoms started in 2002, when I developed kidney stones. At this time I had no known issues with my Esophagus, so I went to my Urologist. He said that my hemoglobin was too low compared to the amount of bleeding I was experiencing from the kidney stones. This made me investigate my condition further due to my wife noticing that I was being “mean to her” and acting differently. We later learned that a change in personality is a symptom of upper GI tract cancer. My wife was searching...