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How to Starve and Cure Cancer at Any Stage with Survivor Jane McLelland

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Only in her early thirties, today's special guest, Jane McLelland, was given everyone’s worst nightmare, a three-month death sentence, Stage-4 Cervical Cancer. The subsequent huge doses of conventional treatment would later also lead to Leukemia. Both cancers are extremely aggressive and acknowledged to be 100% fatal.

As an award-winning former NHS Physiotherapist with medical knowledge and a love of science, McLelland threw herself into research – and decided to create her own treatment plan unlike anything ever seen before. Eighteen years later, she is still here to tell her story, travelling the world as a motivational speaker at top cancer centres all over the world and holding a beacon of hope to others facing their own cancer diagnosis. In her new book, ‘How to Starve Cancer ...without starving yourself’, McLelland details her remarkable self-directed treatment plan; a plan anyone else can follow, as it focuses on the altered metabolism, common with every cancer, no matter where or what tissue involved. Rather than being ‘alternative,’ the treatments can accompany any orthodox conventional care.

In this truly ground-breaking book, Jane takes us through her remarkable, heart-breaking journey, and the medical discoveries she made on the way. Using herself as a human guinea pig, she worked out the best drugs and supplements to starve her own cancer in an easy-to-follow ‘Metro Map’.

This is a a compelling story of resilience and determination in the face of impossible odds that will answer all the burning questions you face when you begin to explore complementary cancer care. Which ‘off-label’ drugs and supplements should you take? Should you try the ketogenic diet? Should you fast? Is fat safe? How much and when should you exercise? Jane explains why each patient needs a personalised approach and, importantly, how to work this out.

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