Thank you for the information. Do you go to Mayo? I've been to two doctors there but no one has suggested the anti fungal, anti bacterial or the Fossamax.
They sound like they would be very helpful.
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Hello 1nan, I too have MM. I was diagnosed with MGUS in 2007 and also did the wait and watch thing until 07/2013 when I
needed to start treatment. You’re fortunate to be doing so well with Velcade, dex and Rev. I didn’t do well with Velcade or Rev.
I then went to Kyprolis and now I’m on Daratumumab, dex and Pomalyst. It’s going well so I’m grateful. I too, have found great
hope and peace in my relationship with God. I can’t imagine going through this without Him.
Thanks for sharing and I wish you the best!
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Hi there, I have no idea about your diet and exercise habits but I found that a diet high in vegetables and fruit, keeping my weight down and regular
exercise is really helpful. I read so many good books on this and it seems that if I keep my immune system in optimal condition then I am at a good place to fight the cancer even with conventional treatment.
I did go to a Dr. James Berenson in LA (Beverly Hills). He has been specializing in MM for 30 years. I am going to Mayo now and
so far it’s been a great experience but I do live in AZ. It might be worth it for you to get a second opinion with one of the MM specialist
at Mayo Az. I would recommend Dr. Fonseca very highly. The specialist quite often agree to send your regimen to an Oncologist at a
clinic close to you for the treatment. They coordinate your treatment.