Ruxolitinib Working For Post-essential Thrombocythemia Myelofibrosis

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ed Says:

I'm 3 yrs into Post-Essential Thrombocythemia Myelofibrosis, and I'm wondering if anyone out there has taken Ruxolitinib w/what I've got and had any success?

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Voncille Says:

There are support groups you could check with:
Quick Topic...Myelofibrosis
Also several people on tweeter I've found.
I have Myelofibrosis, but have not been on Ruxo

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David Says:

Has anyone tried adopting a low fat high carb raw vegan (primarily fruitarian) lifestyle in addition to juicing leafy greens to see if it has any positive impact on Myelofibrosis?

I thought I'd mention this because I've heard of individuals experiencing all different types of miracles over the coarse of a few months to a few years, in relation to getting rid of all types of cancers and other ailments that are otherwise said to be incurable (Myelofibrosis is a type of chronic leukemia — a blood cancer).

it may be beneficial to live this lifestyle if you have a condition of this nature. There are many blogs and webpages on the topic of curing cancer with raw foods and an alkaline diet. I would suggest doing some research on it if you wish.

I hope this helps and wish you good health!

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Colin Says:

Do you know of any diet sheets available to help me get started?

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