Chemotherapy

Anemia due to chemotherapy for multiple myeloma

Mr. Gilbert Creutzberg (full name given by explicit permission) sent us a letter with blood test results showing his good results for anemia due to chemotherapy.  He wrote:

1/13/12

Hi Lloyd. As I promised on the phone, I was going to send you a copy of the lab results that I am receiving each time I see my oncologist for chemotherapy for multiple myeloma.  The HCT levels pertain to anemia.  Since I did not take carao, or any over-the-counter food supplements during and after the operation in Aug. '11 for a hip operation, until Sept., the HCT level had gone down, but went back up steadily once I was back home, taking carao regularly.  Yesterday, the HCT level was back to normal.  read more »

Excellent results: anemia due to chemotherapy

Hi Lloyd, I hope this email finds you well. I just want to thank you (and my father, who told me about the carao). I started taking as soon as it arrived around 8 weeks ago. My hgb went down to 6 in 2009 and 2010 when I got ovarian cancer and colon cancer, respectively. When I got the surgeries and chemo, my hgb, that was always 13.6 when I was healthy, was never over 11. Now after 8 weeks it is 12.4. I praise the Lord for this.   I started sharing my testimony and people in my hispanic community have been asking me.  I am giving them your website.  read more »

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