Ahearn@shaw.ca, Thank you for your condolences. I am sorry to hear about your sister. I am more than happy to
discuss the alternative/naturopathic therapy that we used. It was utilized
after chemo. (and I can
discuss the types and methods
of chemo with you in detail as
well), and radiation proved
insufficient and failed to work.
We had a light chain to begin
with, with 85-90% of the cells
in the marrow being abnormal
plasma cells. Also, with renal
failure due to the extra protein
strand that is produced around
the white blood cell, that clogs
the tubual in the kidneys. It
was after chemo was a failure,
and the light chain became a
heavy chain, (or so we were told) and started to cause lesions in the bones, specifically the lower back, and left shoulder/arm, that we started this treatment. I again, am more than happy to discuss it with you, and do feel free to contact me. It's a difficult journey to go through and I hope that your sister is able to recover and also, that we can start to look at health from multiple angles in order to help cure diseases like Multiple Myeloma, other Cancers, and health in general. I look forward to
hearing from you. I will also contact you after this post. Thank you.
Rani Panji Thank you for the lovely memory, it was very kind of you. This is one that I had not heard yet. If you would like to contact me to talk some more, you can call me or email me. Thank you for taking the time to write.
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. Your description of her illness was very interesting. My sister was recently diagnosed with multiple myeloma and I am interested in learning more about the naturopathic and alternative therapy that you noted. My sincere appreciation.
My fond memory of aunty Harpal was when i was about 11 years old and my family went to Edmonton for a visit. I had so much fun that i was able to stay longer by myself. Being young and got homesick quickly, my aunt dropped me all the way to Winnipeg by train. Will miss you dearly. Thank you for loving unconditionally.