Archive for January, 2015

Cancer and genes: Why we have got it wrong Part 2. Why the foetus holds the key

7 by / on 28 Jan 2015, / in cancer

Here are some heretical thoughts about the war against cancer.
“It’s unwinnable. We not going to cure it and we don’t need to.”
“Everyone thinks being diagnosed with cancer is a calamity. It’s not necessarily the case. We can transform cancer from a dreaded killer to something we can live with.”

Current Posts – 28 January 2015

by / on 28 Jan 2015, / in editorial

 Like the proverbial bus service, […]

Cancer and genes: Have we got it badly wrong?

19 by / on 21 Jan 2015, / in cancer

Professor Mina Bissell presents a fascinating challenge to the cancer establishment. She is a highly respected academic and leading authority on breast cancer at the University of California, where she is Distinguished Scientist with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Life Sciences Division next to UCB campus.

Current Posts – 21 January 2015

by / on 21 Jan 2015, / in editorial

There is a major flaw […]

Why high fat diet studies on rats and mice are not to be trusted

18 by / on 5 Jan 2015, / in low carb diet

Over the past year I have been wondering whether there is something deeply flawed about research into the effects of high fat diets on rats and mice, done presumably to clarify the effects on humans. The rodent work consistently tells us that high fat diets make you fat and diabetic, while research on humans finds they do the opposite. What is going on?

Current Posts – 06 January 2015

by / on 5 Jan 2015, / in editorial

Have you ever noticed that […]

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