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Leukemia / Myeloma
 
Recovering from Chronic Leukemia After Being Diagnosed with One Year to Live
Fucoidan saved me at the critical juncture!
Fuki Omura, Unemployed, female, 42 years old, Higashi kurume City, Tokyo, Japan .

 
Five years ago I discovered that I had leukemia, which is cancer of the blood. I was suffering from anemia and dizziness, and my gums had frequently become swollen. I would sometimes run a high fever and feel ill. After running some tests, the hospital diagnosed me with chronic myelogenous leukemia or growth of cancer cells in the bone marrow. I was thus admitted to the hospital and began treatment. I underwent chemotherapy and interferon treatment. Although my condition didn’t improve, it didn’t get worse, either. After a year of treatment , I was discharged and went home. However, there was considerable upheaval in the following years. The accumulation of many factors caused a rift between my husband and myself, and ultimate we divorced. Of our two children, the elder daughter came to live with me. It was when she entered a junior college. The two of us moved into my parents’s house. These changes in my personal life might have affected my condition, wich had been stable. A year ago in May, I felt sharp pains in my spleen, which led to a second hospitalization. The chronic myelogenous leukemia had become acute. I was struck by a “blastic crisis”, which the doctor had warned me about.
 
Leukemia is relatively stable as long as it remains chronic. Once it evolves into a blastic crisis, the patient has, at most, a year to live. For those with a blastic crisis, a bone marrow transplant is considered the only means of survival. In my case, however, they couldn’t find a suitable donor. Therefore, I underwent abatement introduction therapy, which involved chemotherapy after forcibly normalizing the condition of the bone marrow. However, this therapy had strong side effects on my liver function and I also became nauseous. I felt as if each treatment was taking me a step closer to death. About three months after I developed a blastic crisis, my daughter brought me fucoidan. She had already begun working and so was able to see me at the hospital only on the weekends. However, that day she came to see me on a weekday. She said she had found fucoidan, a kind of health food, on the internet. Not knowing what it was. I consulted my doctor about fucoidan. He said, “Since your daughter took the trouble to find it for you, why don’t you try?” He sounded quite curious, but I didn’t think it would work. Anyway, I began taking eight capsules at a time, three times a day, just as my daughter instructed me. Thereafter the side effects of the cancer drugs gradually abated. I was happy just to get rid of the side effects, but I could also tell that my body was improving . The dullness became les every day. At that point I had been taking fucoidan for about a month.
 
In september of last year, the doctor stopped the abatement introduction therapy and began monitoring my progress. The platelet and neutrophilic leukocyte counts were no longer dropping but had stabilized at their normal levels. I was told that my hematopoietic cells were differentiating actively. I couldn’t tell what was happening in my body, but food became more palatable. My doctor told me not to lower my guard just yet. Leukemia, as he explained it, is a disease one must live with for life. However, I was able to get past the critical juncture, when I thought I had only one year to live. I owe it to fucoidan to be able to lead a normal life again. I appreciate the joy of being alive, and to have each precious moment. Thank you, fucoidan!
 
Myeloma Q & A
 
Q: The patient is a male with multiple myeloma. He is taking drugs for hypertension and arrhythmia. He doesn’t particularly mind taking these drugs, and just wants to know how much fucoidan he should take now that the recent test (taken at the beginning for February) has found multiple myeloma. He also wants to know the effects of fucoidan on myeloma. He is currently taking 2 grams (0.07 oz) of fucoidan by capsules. For your information, he was only recently introducedto Fucoidan and has been taking if for less than a month.
Thank you.
 
A: Multiple myeloma causes bone fracture, hypercalcemia, pancytopenia and weakening of immune system. Chemotherapy is a common course of treatment for myeloma, but it does not provide a complete cure. Myeloma patients also undergo radiotherapy, plasma exchange and stem cell transplant. Recently, there have also been reports of positive results from use of thalidomide. Among the symptoms mentioned above, weakening of immune system can be effectively addressed with fucoidan. If the patient receives chemotherapy, bone marrow suppression may occur as a side effect. Fucoidan is also effective in preventing and reducing bone marrow suppression. If possible, he should also take 5 to 10 grams (0.17 to 0.35 oz) of vitamin C a day, together with lactic acid bacteria and isoflavone. Isoflavone promotes bone reabsorption and thus helps prevent bone fracture.
 
As for the dosage of fucoidan, I recommend at least 4 grams (0.14 oz) a day.
 
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