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How to starve cancer ... without starving yourself

Author: Jane McLelland
Publisher: [Planor, Texas] : Agenor Publishing, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Jane McLelland was only 30 when she was diagnosed with cancer. A few years later it was stage 4 (or terminal) and had spred to her lungs. Expected to live 12 weeks, she refused to believe there weren't any effective drugs or therapies. Her scientific training meant she was able to examine and digest hundreds of research papers she found in libraries, journals and online - and the conclusion she reached astonished  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Autobiographies
Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Jane McLelland
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane McLelland
ISBN: 0951951734 9780951951736 9780951951712 0951951718
OCLC Number: 1080526184
Notes: First printed in United Kingdom 2018.
"One woman's extraordinary true story of courage, survival and a discovery that could transform the lives of millions." -- t.p. verso & Cover
Description: 402 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Ten steps to starving cancer --
Part one: The discovery of my metabolic protocol. Maracas ; A spot of bother ; Tell me the truth! ; Collaborators not dictators ; A cancer Sherlock Holmes ; No stone unturned ; Summoning my inner dragon ; Keeping the beast in its box ; Beating the odds ; Walking on eggshells ; An arsenal of big guns ; Lab rat ; Danger returns ; Devising my "metro map" ; Two slow car crashes ; Finding my tribe ; Mobilising the troops ; Parenthood at last ; The future? --
Part two: The metabolic protocol. Your cancer-starving cocktail ; How to starve cancer ; How to stop dangerous metastases ; How to reboot the immune system ; How to kill cander ; Summary.
Responsibility: by Jane McLelland.

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"Jane McLelland was only 30 when she was diagnosed with cancer. A few years later it was stage 4 (or terminal) and had spred to her lungs. Expected to live 12 weeks, she refused to believe there weren't any effective drugs or therapies. Her scientific training meant she was able to examine and digest hundreds of research papers she found in libraries, journals and online - and the conclusion she reached astonished her ... This is the story of how she took on her illness, changed her diet, educated herself, persuaded her oncologist and other doctors to prescribe her an unusual cocktail of commonly used drugs - some of which are already in many people's medicine cabinets - these made the difference between life and death ..."--Publisher description.

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