Beating Cancer with Nutrition

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    Sugar feeds Cancer: diet and supplements can starve tumours; Nutrition makes chemo and radiation more toxic to the tumour while protecting the patient; Nutrition changes underlying causes of cancer, improving outcome for cancer patients regardless of other therapies. The book was developed after working with over 500 cancer patients and organising three international symposiums on the subject. The information contained in the book is both scientifically backed with references and clinically proven in the hospital with patients. This information helps cancer patients to improve quality and quantity of life. The book has been translated into Japanese and Chinese and is being translated into Korean. It has become a home study continuing education course for registered nurses. This edition also contains a 72-minute audio CD version in response to the requests from tired cancer patients who said they needed an audio version of the book to get started.

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    Number of Pages: 414
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780963837295
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    Listed in: Oncology, Popular medicine & health, Coping with illness & specific conditions
    Publisher: Nutrition Times Press Inc.,U.S.

    Books by Patrick Quillin

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    RRP: £29.99

    Total: £20.45

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