Thursday, 14 July 2016

New insights from a new website?

I have created a website to provide a place to share data I have collected to support a metabolic protocol to managing brain cancer. I hope that this information can empower patients by providing the resources they need to take control of their treatment, whatever that may be.

I have decided to name it:

'Metabolic Therapy Resources for Brain Cancer Management'

This website will grow and evolve as I gather more information and when I have time to update it. Feel free to contribute with additional materials others might find useful in their search for evidence based metabolic approaches to this devastating disease. Please share with anybody you know who has been diagnosed with a brain tumour of any grade and type.


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  2. That braincanceroptions link looks like it's been hacked to go somewhere else (that freaks out my anti-virus), and the page wants me to "upgrade" my browser.

    1. It was just an old link, should be fine now! Thanks for the feedback.

  3. I am motivated by your bold move to come up with something that will help so many cancer patients can relate. At times, detailed information about his condition is all that a person would like to know. I am moved by your ingenious move to come up with such a website. Good luck, Andrew!

  4. I’m sorry to know that you have a brain tumor. It must be really hard. Changing what you eat can have a profound effect on your body. Somebody in this article claimed to be cancer free after changing his diet when he was told he had only 3 more months to live: Good luck with your research!

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  5. This website is truly helpful. Where most individuals would give up and curl up, you are out there attempting to motivate and encourage overcoming, until your last breath. It is people like you whose name continues to be spoken throughout the ages. You’ll be satisfied knowing that you gave meaningfully and without expecting a return, lived a life that wasn’t wasted.