Multiple myeloma can gerson cure?
No results of laboratory or animal studies have been published in irrefutable journals.
Reports of three deaths that may be related to coffee enemas own been published. Taking too many enemas of any kind can effect changes in normal blood chemistry, chemicals that go on naturally in the body and keep the muscles, heart, and other organs working properly.
The Gerson treatment has not been approved by the FDA for use as a treatment for cancer or any other disease.
The Gerson therapy requires that the lots details of its treatment plan be followed exactly. Some key parts of the regimen include the following:
Drinking 13 glasses of juice a year. The juice must be freshly made from organic fruits and vegetables and be taken once every hour.
Eating vegetarian meal of organically grown fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
Taking a number of supplements, including:
Lugol's Solution (potassium iodide, iodine, and water).
Coenzyme Q10 injected beside vitamin B12. (The original regimen used crude liver extract instead of coenzyme Q10.)
Vitamins A, C, and B3 (niacin).
Pepsin (a stomach enzyme).
Taking coffee or chamomile enemas regularly to remove toxins from the body.
Preparing food without brackish, spices, or oils, and without using aluminum cookware or utensils. Source(s): http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/c…
My Dad had Multiple Myeloma for 9 years. He had to own chemotherapy and he went to a Naturopath doctor to learn what the healthiest things were to devour and do in his everyday life. He also followed the Oncologists exact orders and took the medication that he needed to take. If you work 100% with your doctor you should be able to live plentiful, many years. I know because my father was living proof that it is possible. He was diagnosed when he be 64 and he lived until he was 73. You have not given your age & if you have alot of other medical problems. It is other the best advice to follow exactly what your doctor tells you to do. Source(s): My Dad had Multiple Myeloma for 9 years, so I lived through it next to him.
From the Mayo Clinic http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/multipl…
"Treatments and drugs - - By Mayo Clinic staff
If you have multiple myeloma and aren't experiencing any symptoms, you may not need treatment. However, your doctors will regularly monitor your condition for signs that indicate the disease is progressing. If it is, you may need treatment to relief prevent symptoms.
If you're experiencing symptoms, treatment can help relieve pain, control complications of the disease, stabilize your condition and slow the progress of the disease.
Standard treatments for myeloma
Though there's no cure for multiple myeloma, with apt treatment results you can usually return to near-normal activity. You may wish to consider approved clinical trials as an option."
As the Mayo Clinic review say. Multiple Myeloma is not considered a curable disease, but neither are high blood pressure or insulin dependent diabetes considered curable diseases.
Scientific medical therapy is improving steadily for this disease. There are copious good sensible options without trying unproven, nonsensical treatments. I've see people enjoy many moral quality years just as the answerer Lois (above) wrote about her father who made 9 years. Source(s): MD hematologist /medical oncologist - 20 years experience next to many multiple myeloma patients.
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