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Is Your Doctor Guessing or Using Evidence in Cancer Treatment?
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Sunday, 07 June 2009 12:36

So here's the problem and a bit of a rant on my part.   Medicine is STILL an ART based on SCIENCE. We don't know everything about everything, and everyone (including doctors) like to use what "seems to work" for them.  Is this the best model for cancer care? Or any care? Would you rather be choosing from a few options that have some significant proof behind them, or just winging it because Aunt Edna had some kind of cancer and whatever "that doctor" did worked ( or didn't) for her.  This can be applied to BOTH mainstream and alternative/complementary options. What do you think?

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 July 2009 10:44
Fish Oils: Anti-Inflammatory Anti-Cancer Superfood!
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Tuesday, 26 May 2009 11:09
Cancer is, loosely described, a pro-inflammatory state.  If you take the position that this is an important fact, and it is admittedly debatable, then eating foods that can decrease the inflammatory state is a very good thing.  The bottom line is that this is a "gimme" in a way.  There is little harm that can result from focusing on anti-inflammatory foods, even if the benefit is not clearly proven.  I did not say dis-proven, I said that is it unproven....but there is scientific data that strongly suggests there is a benefit.  A little more data and we may have a CLEAR winner.   So, the overall recommendation would be to go ahead.  OK, what might be some of the components of an anti-inflammatory diet?.....especially components that can benefit the anti-cancer fight in other ways?
Last Updated on Sunday, 07 June 2009 00:36
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