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8 01, 2011

Links To Articles About Using Supplements To Help Fight Multiple Myeloma

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I just completed a three part series in my column, Pat's Place, on The Myeloma Beacon.  Here is a link to Thursday's column, Pat’s Place: Can Curcumin, Resveratrol, Or Other Nutritional Supplements Help Fight Multiple Myeloma?Read the comments if you get a chance.  Lots of opinions and good suggestions.  A myeloma friend of mine, David

22 11, 2010

Australian Study Links High Levels Of Uric Acid To Stronger, Denser Bones In Men

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Here is another interesting research finding about bone strength/health from Australia's Rheumatology Update:High uric acid promotes bone healthHigher serum uric acid levels inolder men are strongly associatedwith increased bone mineraldensity (BMD) and markers ofcalcium homoeostasis and boneresorption, landmark Australianresearch has shown.A study led by Professor MarkusSeibel at the ANZAC ResearchInstitute in Sydney examined 1,705community-dwelling men

5 10, 2010

Canadian Study Shows Vitamin C Helps Lift Patient Moods

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I can't resist passing along this article from Canada's National Post, Vitamin C good for patients’ moods by Tom Blackwell.  I usually save these for our site, but I have already run a nutritionally based story there today.  See what you think:  Vitamin C has a storied past, the anti-oxidant’s benefits touted as a potential treatment

14 08, 2009

Vitamin D Deficiency May Predict Poorer Outcome In Myeloma Patients

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Karl Volstedt from my myeloma support group in Stillwater, Minnesota, forwarded this article to me:NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Jul 21 - Vitamin D deficiency may predict a poorer outcome in patients with newly diagnosed multiple myeloma, researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, report in the July issue of the American Journal of Hematology.Among