This story blew me away:
A female patient in her 50s, with lung cancer, came to our clinic, having been given a death sentence by her Florida oncologist.
She was cooperative and understood the connection between nutrition and cancer. She changed her diet considerably, leaving out 90 percent of the sugar she used to eat. She found that wheat bread and oat cereal now had their own wild sweetness, even without added sugar. With appropriately restrained medical therapy—including high-dose radiation targeted to tumor sites and fractionated chemotherapy, a technique that distributes the normal one large weekly chemo dose into a 60-hour infusion lasting days—a good attitude and an optimal nutrition program, she beat her terminal lung cancer.
I saw her the other day, five years later and still disease-free, probably looking better than the doctor who told her there was no hope.
The Warburg Effect is not news but to hear of a case where Lung Cancer was actually treated with, in part, sugar deprivation, is brilliant.
Via radical blog extraordinaire Hyperlipid.