Mar 20, 2011 - 4:46 am
Those who have been around here awhile know I am not a fanatic for fads. To my mind, you go with the proven and you go aggressive, and you get rid of the cancer if you can.
When people talk about changing diet, for example, I have generally shut down. But when I'm wrong (or might be wrong), well then, I'm wrong (or might be wrong).
The link I'm providing is to a 20 minute conversation by a doctor at a TED convention offering some provocative data that diet can indeed influence occurance, recurrance, and longevity. If you can survive it for 20 minutes, it is a useful listen, I think, and, at the very least, changes my mind about the power of diet in cancer care.