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How to Starve Cancer: The Discovery of a Metabolic Cocktail that could Transform the Lives of Millions

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No doubt the book will bring on the wrath of all those wedded to the gene theory and the use of chemo and radiation, but it will also offer hope to those patients who choose not to employ harsh treatments and those for whom nothing conventional can be offered. This is the first book I have read regarding cancer (and I have got through a few in the last 18months! Further, at the end of the book, she does a great job of pulling it all together to try to provide a usable guide for patients who want to work with their doctors to try to include some of these approaches. I mentioned that I'd read that statins were considered beneficial for elderly patients, especially those like me in my 80th year diagnosed with metastatic PC whose cholesteral had risen to risky levels following six (hellish) months on hormone therapy. You should find a nutritionist experienced with intermittent fasting, ketogenic, low glycaemic, macrobiotic or reduced-protein diets.

Unbegrenzter Zugriff auf enthaltene Hörbücher und Audible Originals von deinen Lieblingsstars sowie neuen Talenten. The only helpful advice I modestly give is about incontinence and ED issues which I experienced following my prostatectomy, even then I describe how I handled my incontinence (and deal with urine leakage even now after 12 years) and how we managed to re-establish our sex life.We have contact with is a GP who is well versed in mainstream and alternative treatments and we have taken their advice too. You are establishing a way forward that is bringing truly relevant information for people diagnosed with cancer-and their families-and their physicians. Once the cancer cells were in their weakened state, the addition of etodolac could help finish them off. I read this book from cover to cover in 48 hours - something, that for me, was previously unheard of.

Given that chemotherapy often has poor outcomes for stage IV cancer, McLelland determined that she had to attack her cancer from two fronts: starve the cancer’s stem cells, and then kill them when they’re in a weakened state.At times very hard to read, partly due to lack of index and apparent poor editing (in particular I was keen to find out about triple negative breast cancer). What I learned from the Life Extension article was that there was a synergy between the two drugs, making them far more potent when taken together.

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