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How to Starve Cancer ...without starving yourself: The Discovery of a Metabolic Cocktail That Could Transform the Lives of Millions by [Mclelland, Jane]

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'I read the book in one day and took ten pages of notes, especially the references. It reads like a novel but is well organized with excellent references to put the theme of 'Starving Cancer' cells as part of a paradigm shift away from traditional protocols.It is a “must read” for the brave individuals with progressing cancers who want a better choice than a poor ultimatum and for medical doctors to understand the other side as a patient.' George Yu, Clinical Professor of Urological and Pelvic Cancer Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center.



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A modern-day ‘Cancer Sherlock Holmes’, Jane discovered that a cancer-starving diet, powerful supplements and a handful of old, forgotten, low-toxicity drugs, when taken together, acted synergistically, magnifying each of their anti-cancer effects many times. Like magic, her terminal cancer just melted away.

In this truly ground-breaking book, Jane takes us through her remarkable, heart-breaking journey, and the medical discoveries she made on the way. Using herself as a human guinea pig, she worked out the best drugs and supplements to starve her own cancer in an easy-to-follow ‘Metro Map’. 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. Tragically many simple old drugs have been overlooked in the race for the latest patentable 'game changers’. Is the answer already out there? Jane believes it is. Bit by bit she has pieced the puzzle together, demystified its complexity, and produced a simple protocol.

This book will answer all the burning questions you face when you begin to explore complementary cancer care. Which ‘off-label’ drugs and supplements should you take? Should you try the ketogenic diet? Should you fast? Is fat safe? How much and when should you exercise? Jane explains why each patient needs a personalised approach and, importantly, how to work this out.

This book, part Erin Brockovich, part Dallas Buyers Club, is a compelling story of resilience and determination in the face of impossible odds. If you or a loved one has cancer, you absolutely must read this book. Even if you have been told that nothing more can be done, Jane will show you this is almost certainly not true.

“So powerful and relatable. Often in medical books the science overwhelms and dilutes the narrative arc but because of Jane's compelling and dramatic personal story the book promises to hold the reader. Beyond the personal narrative, the strategy Jane used to get well is at the very forefront in the war against cancer. The use of re-purposed drugs in oncology is gaining traction worldwide. Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, is Jane herself. We were both speakers at a recent charity event in London. Jane spoke last, and when she finished, I'm not sure there was a dry eye in the room. She received the only standing ovation at the event. Her story is so powerful; tragic yet triumphant, and relatable to anyone who has had a foot in the realm of the sick. Jane is a fantastic speaker. She has the rare gift of being entirely genuine. Her story: of a terminal diagnosis in the prime of her life, self-discovery, and path to wellness driven by her own conviction and research has the ability to inspire hope and wake the medical community up to a powerful new tool; the use of combinations of repurposed drugs.” Travis Christofferson, author Tripping Over the Truth

“All patients and their relatives need to read this book.”
Professor Justin Stebbing, Professor of Cancer Medicine and Oncology at Imperial College

"Jane’s clinical reasoning is impressive, her experience is compelling and in the combination of these two elements she has crafted a narrative that, like the anti-cancer metabolic cocktail she champions, is destined to positively enhance countless lives.”
Dr Ndaba Mazibuko, Clinical Research Fellow, King's College London Care Oncology Clinic

“Jane’s story will inspire anyone reeling from the shock of a cancer diagnosis to take control of their own destiny.”
Lois Rogers, freelance health journalist, Sunday Times

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  • Print Length: 376 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07B2XMLT9
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  • Customer Reviews: 5.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,483 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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