Theory Development

Cell Suppression Research Groups
Cell Suppression Research Groups

We are in the process of setting up research groups to test the Cell Suppression Theory with a view to assessing its core conclusions, and to establish the potential of the additional treatments it proposes. Check back for updates.

Research groups

Our Team

Working with the cancer care charity Yes to Life, and a number of scientists and clinicians interested in investigating the concepts behind the Cell Suppression Theory, we are in the process of forming clinical, laboratory, and theory research groups who are interested in testing treatments in line with the conclusions drawn under the Cell Suppression paradigm; and to further the theory itself.

If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in working on any of these projects, or can provide financial support to help move research forward, please get in touch via our contact page, this is a rapidly evolving project.

Our Vision

Our vision is simple, to improve patient outcomes by using sound science to first identify the origin of cancer, and then highlight treatments that can target the cause directly, resulting in the complete elimination of cancer cells. While we are open to any and all concepts, our immediate focus is on testing and verifying key hallmarks of the Cell Suppression Theory with a view to establishing effective treatments.

It goes without saying that it's extremely difficult to treat any disease effectively without first identifying the underlying cause. This goes some way to explain why mainstream treatments are so hit and miss when it comes to treating cancer, because all of the theories that underpin these treatments remain unproven - the underlying cause of cancer has not yet been identified.

Our research initiative is in its early phase of development, so it may be a while before I have results to share. I will keep you posted as and when data becomes available, please check my blog section for updates. We've also created a Theory development group, again to further scrutinise my research and to continue to refine the theory.