Twelve years ago Robin Daly’s 23-year-old daughter Bryony was dying of cancer when he set up a charity called Yes to Life to provide information about unconventional treatments such as changes in diet, supplements, vitamin C infusions, oxygen therapy and the like. At the time, although popular all such complementary options were sternly rejected as ineffective and possibly dangerous by conventional oncologists.
Current Posts – 26 September 2016
For years scientifically-minded patients strongly suspected that the officially approved treatment for a serious disease was not nearly as good as claimed. Last year 10,000 patients with this disease petitioned for the original research to be re-examined. The London University involved refused. In fact, it spent nearly a quarter of a million pounds to prevent the re-examination. Last week the data was released and the patients suspicions were confirmed.