As I am not a physician I cannot and do not offer medical advice (see disclaimer). Any data that is provided or treatment solutions discussed are for information purposes only. Within my book I present a 'Potential Solutions' chapter that discusses the evidence for considering a particular approach to treatment, it may be worth discussing this with your physician. Alternatively, below I have provided some well-established links to trusted sources of medical information. These sources have access to a range of qualified medical professionals who can advise you accordingly regarding cancer treatment.
Yes to Life - the cancer care charity - UK based
I have been working extensively with the cancer care charity Yes to Life to have the Cell Suppression Theory assessed by professionals, and to spread the word to show that there is a new way of looking at, and possibly treating, this terrible disease. Together, we worked for over a year to create the landmark Cancer Through Another Lens event that led to the validation of my new model of cancer, during a six hour webinar in front of over 200 cancer experts. Yes to Life hosted and ran the event.
Fully versed in the detail of the CST, and having setup resources capable of advising cancer patients related to the concepts this new theory puts forward, Yes to Life can place you in touch with medical professionals who can advise on treating cancer through the lens provided by the CST.
Yes to Life is a charity that empowers people with cancer to make informed decisions about their care options. For well over a decade, they have provided evidence-based information to those in need. They offer many services of support, including: a helpline, workshops, talks and conferences, radio shows, blogs and other publications, and they provide a database that connects people to a range of specialist therapies and practitioners.
Metabolic Terrain Institute of Health
MTIH offers metabolic cancer treatments that also seek to treat the terrain - the diseased cellular environment surrounding the tumour. They work closely with Dr Nasha Winters, who is a global healthcare authority and best-selling author in integrative cancer care and research.
and Nontoxic Bio-Individualized Therapies'. Her success in treating her own cancer via a metabolic and terrain-centric approach, has transformed into a life-long mission to support others using a similar approach. Her treatment model can be found within her book. Dr Winters was one of the expert panelists at my Cancer Through Another Lens event. We are currently working together to corroborate the link between fungi and cancer and to establish possible treatment protocols based on my theory findings through clinical research initiatives. Dr Winters is training clinicians so that they are also mindful of my theory and can advise patients according.
Dr Nasha Winters - USA based
Dr Winters is the co-author of 'The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: Integrating Deep Nutrition, the Ketogenic Diet,
Cancer Options - UK based
Cancer Options is an independant integrative cancer consultancy working at the forefront of cancer treatment developments around the world. They provide a unique resource for anyone dealing with cancer, and are perfectly placed with the skill and knowledge to look at both
conventional and complimentary alternative medicine approaches to cancer. Cancer Options are looking to integrate an anti-fungal approach as an option for treatment following my research findings and have several medical professionals trained to offer advice based on my theory.
Care Oncology Clinic - UK & USA based
The COC is a private, clinician-led cancer clinic offering a specific treatment protocol using off-label drugs that can be integrated with standard of care treatments.
The COC protocol is a physician-supervised treatment regimen developed for patients with cancer. It is an individualised therapeutic approach that seeks to simultaneously target multiple cancer pathways using a specific combination of conventional pharmaceuticals which may work together to restrict cancer metabolism. The COC are aware of my theory and may be able to offer advice based on its findings, if you ask. Incidentally, all four of the off-label drugs they use within their protocol are also strong anti-fungal drugs in their own right, which may go some way to explaining why these four drugs appear to provide a benefit to cancer patients.