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Posted 02 Nov 2023 at 23:02

Hi JedSee,

He is, but it’s much more than a diet, he is also using the Care Oncology Clinic in London. 
Are you following the How to Starve Cancer protocol?


Posted 02 Nov 2023 at 23:20

Great news Leila, really pleased for you both. Enjoy your winter holidays x

Posted 03 Nov 2023 at 19:43

Hi Leila,

Thanks for your reply.

I'm not following Jane McLelland's protocol, although I've taken on board a lot of her guidance on diet and supplements and try to follow them.  I did look into the Care Oncology Clinic, but they seemed to want me to provide lots of regular tests which my GP was unwilling to provide.  This would have meant me paying privately for all the tests on a regular basis.  My GP was also unwilling to provide Metformin, but I'm taking Berberine and Resveratol as supplements, so I hope they'll provide some control of blood sugars.  I was already taking Atorvastatin and Aspirin anyway (as Jane recommends).   I also take Pomi-T and  a mix of Turmeric and Black Pepper (Piparine).

It's interesting that Jane has been alerting people to the issues of an unbalanced microbiome for years and this is coming much more to the fore in recent scientific reports.  Also, just the other day, I saw a newspaper article reporting a scientific study which suggested that low dose Vitamin C may actually be harmful to cancer patients, which Jane has highlighted in her book several years ago.

It's great that David is doing so well that you're able to plan winter holidays, as well as your busy lives with your horticultural interests.  Whether it's because of Jane McLellands' protocol, or because the universe is smiling on you, enjoy!!

Best wishes,



Posted 04 Nov 2023 at 14:45

Hi JedSee,,

What a lovely post, thank you. I’m surprised your GP won’t play ball, you’d think it would  be in their interest to keep the customers healthy. 
David  pays for the Care Oncology Clinic medication, but he gets the blood tests done at the surgery, thankfully. 

We have worked very hard at keeping a good rapport with the clinicians and practice nurses at the surgery, and believe me it has been an uphill struggle. We have spent a lot of time researching and ensuring we are as well informed as we can be. David’s NHS oncologist was unaware of the Jane MacLelland  protocol, and not interested. He was a chemo and pharma man.

Ive been reading about the benefits of vitamin D quite a bit of research has been done about it, and it does seem to have good foundations.

Thankfully I quite like research and reading, and I’ve found some of it really interesting. 
Berbarine is good, metformin isn't an expensive drug, you’d think your surgery would be more obliging. 

Whether it’s the life style, the medication of the organic veggies, who knows.  



Posted 04 Nov 2023 at 20:25

Thanks Leila - you're an inspiration!  😀

Best wishes always,


Posted 06 Nov 2023 at 14:05
Fabulous news and post like yours really give me long term hope x
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