Pancreatic with Smoldering Myeloma
Pancreatic with Smoldering Myeloma Case Study
A 59-year-old female came to Dayspring with a history of MGUS which was eventually diagnosed as a myeloma. Then a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer for which she had a distal pancreatectomy, splenectomy, and 6 months of chemotherapy. Last year she showed a progression and another 6 months of chemotherapy with resultant blood levels “trashed”. A transfusion was needed which caused TRALI (transfusion related acute lung injury) and subsequent cough.
She was started on 3-bromopyruvate (3bp) IV protocol with other IVs and an oral blue scorpion venom protocol. A dramatically low platelet level was also addressed with an oral product and she showed an excellent response with her platelets actually coming into normal range for the first time in recent history.
A heavy metal challenge test showed high lead and that is currently being addressed as lead is stored in the bones. With the smoldering myeloma, a bone condition, the lead is a concern going forward for obtaining remission.
She departed the clinic after a month of 3bp and other IVs to continue to do her blue scorpion venom and other oral products. The pancreatic markers had gone up during the month but the last blood work shows a slight decrease which hopefully indicates getting ahead of the disease process. We trust the numbers will continue to decrease over the next few months with the blue scorpion venom and other products.