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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: Chemo and Multiple Myeloma
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: February 28, 1997 at 16:08:57
In Response To: Chemo and Multiple Myeloma (Sylvia J. Magerman)
Certainly some of the tenderness in the lymph nodes could be the result of damage (good or bad) from the chemotherapy. It also could be a form of fibromylagia from the chemo. The idea behind the chemo is obviously to use poisons that kill cancer cells better than normal cells. Unfortunately, with lymphoproliferative type cancers the distinction is not very good, but the trick is to get the immune system to bounce back from the chemo faster than the cancer. This part of the equation is often neglected by oncologists.
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Sylvia J. Magerman -- Friday, 28 February 1997, at 4:08 p.m.
- Re: Chemo and Multiple Myeloma
Peter D'Adamo -- Friday, 28 February 1997, at 4:08 p.m.