I am sure this topic has been explored many times. This am was watching TV, they had guest from moffit research: https://moffitt.org/newsroom/press-rele ... ll-growth/
They use mathematical approach , very interesting approach, wonder if any body on this board is involved in.
Here is the link to their May issue, where use of sodium bicarb slows the growth of cancer cells:http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/conte ... 2242?iss=9
55 year at the time of diagnosis, male, never been seek in my life.
Diagnosed with T1,T2 N0 M0 rectal cancer, tumor size 4.5cm, 9.2 cm from anal verge
Discovered by pure lack, after taking baby ASA, had blood in stool.
25 sessions of Chemo/rad finished end of January 2017, focus was on lymph nodes
Tumor erased, CCR, negative mri, ct, scope, no evidence of cancer
April 2017, folfox 8 rounds plus 2 rounds of xeloda
Sept.2017 CT , MRI negative