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Is there anything you can do for MDS?

Conventional medicines answer to MDS is a bone marrow transplant, which is very hard on the body, medications, which have many other side effects or induction chemotherapy – which is very intense.

What can you do if you are diagnosed with MDS?

Test, don’t guess. You need to find a doctor who specializes in toxicity issues and do the proper testing; then a strategic plan of detoxification must be implemented.  Of course, following a strict, organic diet and resolving all forms of emotional and psychological stress are essential.  Never underestimate the power of lifestyle changes when dealing with cancer – especially a positive outlook on life filled with forgiveness and gratitude.

Nutritional supplements that can help MDS patients

1. Chlorella (daily) – contains chlorophyll which helps purify the blood and allows the body to utilize oxygen more efficiently, so it helps in rebuilding red blood cells. It also supports the elimination of many toxins such as molds and industrial pollutants.

2. Bee Pollen (daily) – which is rich in high-molecular substances such as, nucleic acids, can stimulate the production of white blood cells.

3. Vitamin E (daily) – a study published in the journal Cancer in 2004 found that supplementation with vitamin E or with a multi-vitamin prevented a big drop in neutrophils – a type of white blood cell.

4. Curcumin (daily) – Dr. Azra Raza, the Director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, has said, “I have used curcumin in low-risk MDS patients. A third of those treated with curcumin for at least six months have shown improvement in all three blood counts.”

5. Vitamin C (daily) is a water soluble antioxidant vitamin that is capable of neutralizing potentially damaging free radicals. Vitamin C also helps the white blood cells (WBC) combat infection and is essential for wound healing.

In addition, vitamin C improves the absorption of iron from plant (non-animal) sources. So, vitamin C not only can help increase WBC, it can help fight infections and help the body absorb more iron to help red blood cells.

What is the best type of diet for MDS patients?

It’s important you are following an anti-inflammatory diet. It is becoming increasingly clear that chronic inflammation is the root cause of many serious illnesses. And, since nutritional supplements have been shown to have an anti-inflammatory effect – it makes perfect sense to adhere to an anti-inflammatory diet, as much as possible.

Obviously, this information is NOT designed to treat any medical condition – but, hopefully, this will provide incentive for you to investigate what’s best for you with a qualified medical professional.

About the author: Dr. Charles Majors has devoted over 15 years studying health and healing to prevent, even reverse diseases through natural methods. In September 2010, he was diagnosed with an incurable bone marrow cancer that metastasized to his brain, with only weeks to live, he left conventional medicine and applied the same principles he had been teaching for years to reverse his own cancer and not only survives but thrives. To learn more about Dr. Majors – visit:

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