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How to Starve Cancer

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Jonnie has been battling with stage 4 lung cancer for a few years now and our paths crossed when he reached out to me in January last year. Dipyridamole (Persantine) 50-100 mg TID; The recommended dose is 75-100 mg four times daily as an adjunct to the usual warfarin therapy. She later learned that statins also block the cell surface receptor Glut1, which is used by most cancers to access more glucose. Once the cancer cells were in their weakened state, the addition of etodolac could help finish them off.

And a breast cancer patient who was told by her oncologist she was going to die is still alive and well, going to the gym, working as a nurse, and living a full life—all as a result of following McLelland’s approach to starving her cancer. She has expanded this route map to show which fuel pipelines you need to block for every type of cancer, so you too can create your own cancer-starving cocktail.

I'm not sure on the guidelines of this blog, so I am being careful, but we are incredibly pleased with the results, the support from the C.

She’s also helped a stage IV pancreatic cancer patient achieve full remission—another success story unheard of in the medical world. Off-label of drugs use is the use of FDA-approved pharmaceutical drugs for an unapproved indication. Yes, I agree that it is now well-established that red meat, dairy and a lot of sugar are not good and can cause a variety of health conditions. A case in point being that plant based menopausal treatment through the use of transdermal natural progesterone cream, which I have used for decades now, has taken decades to reach any kind of universal acceptance. Jane also recommends taking Statins and Metformin, (even for people who don't have cholesterol or diabetes issues) because (apparently) they remove sources of 'fuel' for cancer.

As you say, you have to weigh up whether an even higher dose is likely to have unpleasant side effects, especially if the benefits are uncertain. After an initial breast cancer diagnosis and treatment a few years earlier, the cancer had come back with a vengeance, and she died within a few months. I've read the book once and am now going through it for the second time, as it's quite a complicated regime. David my husband has been following the Jane McLelland protocol for 18 months, we have done her course, read the book and he sees a private oncologist at the Care Oncology Clinic, they have a very similar protocol to Jane. But the benefit of having the improperly read X-ray from four months prior—along with the properly diagnosed X-ray—was the ability to see the rate at which the cancer was growing.

Cancer stem cells are dangerous because they are more resistant to conventional treatment and are capable of producing new malignant cells that are more difficult to eradicate. 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. A 1997 survey of 200 cancer physicians by the American Enterprise Institute and the American Cancer Society found that 60% of them prescribed drugs off-label. I have a huge number of people following my protocol who still have tumors in their bodies that are no longer growing. She was diagnosed with stage IV cervical cancer 20 years ago and she beamed her cancer with her wisdom and science.Just three days later, she underwent a complete, radical hysterectomy, followed by months of chemotherapy and radiation. I fell and broke my hip in 2019 leading to a total hip replacement (huge thanks to our wonderful NHS! As for the statins, I don’t think you’d have any problem convincing a gp to give them out for any reason.

Tune in to our first episode tomorrow, which will feature Jonnie Irwin, former presenter of A Place in the Sun, as he openly shares the trials of his journey with stage 4 lung cancer, unveiling the symphony of treatments that form the backdrop of his story including intravenous vitamin C, the use of off-label drugs, and the challenges faced with stage 4 cancer such as dealing with cachexia and his resistance to Osimertinib. Loratadine Claritin 10 mg QD is usual dose; Loratadine 40 mg once daily up to 14 days was effective and safe in clinical trials. I didn’t even think I was going to be alive, and I certainly didn’t expect to have a family,” said McLelland. Yes, Berberine is supposed to work to lower blood sugar levels (similar to Metformin), so I've added it to my cocktail of vitamins and minerals. I wonder why the consultant didn't suggest calciferol instead of milk, given that you'd told him why you avoided dairy products.Jane McLelland McLelland was reluctant about writing her book, but she felt she had a duty to share with the world what she had discovered—and what had saved her life. Her advice was based on the studies she made into the diet of people in countries with low incidence of breast and prostate cancer. From the response I have had I think other men and couples find my/our experience useful to read even if it just giving them the confidence in handling this catastrophe in their lives in their own way.

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