March is National Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month.
In honor of the brave fighters of this misunderstood blood cancer, we’re providing a deeper look at Multiple Myeloma and how doctors are working to treat it naturally.
Multiple Myeloma – the Disease
After lymphoma, multiple myeloma is the second most diagnosed cancer of the blood. The disease starts with one abnormal plasma blood cell. Plasma blood cells are responsible for producing antibodies that help the body fight infections. This abnormal blood cell does not produce antibodies, rather, it produces harmful proteins that can build up in the body and cause an array of complications. This abnormal cell then begins to replicate – rapidly. These abnormal cells, increasing in numbers, begin to crowd out healthy white blood cells. These collections of abnormal, cancerous cells can collect in multiple parts of the body, thus the term “multiple” myeloma.
The most common symptom multiple myeloma patients experience is pain in the bones of the spine and the chest. These areas are where the diseased cells tend to congregate. Many patients also suffer from frequent infections because the infection-fighting capabilities of the normal plasma blood cells have been reduced. Other symptoms include fatigue, weight loss and memory problems.
Natural Multiple Myeloma Treatment
Once a diagnosis has been made, it’s important to begin treatment right away. With treatment, the survival rate for Multiple Myeloma is fairly high when compared to other types of blood cancers. Multiple Myeloma can be treated with natural therapies. Some treatments for Multiple Myeloma treatment include:
- Bemer Therapy: Improves circulation and the oxygenation of tissues by increasing the electromagnetic energy of all cells.
- Immunotherapy: The main premise of this therapy is to stimulate the patient’s immune system to attack malignant tumor cells that are responsible for the disease.
- Rife Therapy: This non-invasive treatment uses bio-frequency to treat cancer and other diseases. In rife cancer therapy, the skin is not broken and healthy tissues and cells are not damaged.
Additional therapies to naturally treat Multiple Myeloma can also be used depending on the patient’s exact diagnosis, progression of the disease and condition of the patient.
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Hear from a Multiple Myeloma survivors in his own words: