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  1. I think it depends on how your cancer works. I...

    I think it depends on how your cancer works. I only know about prostate cancer which, unlike most of the others, prefers fats and protein to sugar. I wonder if you'd have to work out the cell...
  2. Thanks, Ted.

    Thanks, Ted.
  3. Even Prostate Cancer UK says meat isn't good for...

    Even Prostate Cancer UK says meat isn't good for prostate cancer, and they're of the Eatwell Plate persuasion usually. It's to do with growth hormones apparently, and certain cancers are driven by...
  4. I'm really struggling to feed the OH. He's been...

    I'm really struggling to feed the OH. He's been told prostate cancer's main foodstuffs are fat and protein and in no way should he be on a ketogenic diet. On the other hand, once pc goes rogue and...
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    Brilliant. Thanks, Gilli

    Brilliant. Thanks, Gilli
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    I was reading about the NHS's low calorie plan...

    I was reading about the NHS's low calorie plan for diabetics. The plan involves eating six times a day, almost all of them involving carbs in one way or another, or replacing the meals with a...
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    https://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2015/11/2...

    https://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2015/11/25/how-exactly-does-obesity-cause-cancer/ This is on the cancer research site - interesting, but probably not conclusive
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    Oh my, that'll be where we're going next then.

    Oh my, that'll be where we're going next then.
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    It was really worrying - he was on the old...

    It was really worrying - he was on the old thiazide meds, which are old hat apparently, but the old GP just kept doling them out. His numbers were up in the thousands, and it took three months for...
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    I think you're right, Christelle - mind you,...

    I think you're right, Christelle - mind you, changing GPs helped. The first one was in chocolate teapot territory ...
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    I'm not sure the BBC would recognise a fact if it...

    I'm not sure the BBC would recognise a fact if it bit them on the bum any more.
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    When the OH was told he needed chemotherapy, they...

    When the OH was told he needed chemotherapy, they wouldn't do it because his LFTs were off the scale and rising. They did test after test, culminating in a liver biopsy (terrifying) and couldn't find...
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    Gosh, that's a thought-provoking one. I'll need...

    Gosh, that's a thought-provoking one. I'll need to think much harder before I come to a conclusion - I have sympathy for both parties to be fair. If I thought being large wasn't a problem, I wouldn't...
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    Doesn't it all just leave you despairing for...

    Doesn't it all just leave you despairing for common sense, and wondering how this is all going to end?
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    More Statins Recommended

    I can't be sure because it was stupid o'clock when I read this on the Beeb news app, and they appear to have toned down the headline. Now it says 'More 0ver-75s should take statins, experts say'....
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    He's such a wonderful speaker too, bless him. Is...

    He's such a wonderful speaker too, bless him. Is it the eye of faith, or are things beginning to snowball?
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    Thanks Anne - incremental gains, hopefully!

    Thanks Anne - incremental gains, hopefully!
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    I do find all this vegan stuff difficult. The OH...

    I do find all this vegan stuff difficult. The OH has been advised, by a cancer specialist from Addenbrookes, to eat a plant-based diet. He says that growth factors in animal products, especially...
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    According to the NICE guidelines, you are...

    According to the NICE guidelines, you are entitled to take your own readings in to the surgery, especially if you suspect white coat syndrome. Merv's can be 220/200 at the hospital and usually...
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    Oh I'm so glad it's not just me without a clue...

    Oh I'm so glad it's not just me without a clue who to vote for. I wonder what the Suffragists would have made of this lot. In the paper this morning it said Boris might be PM by Christmas. Have I...
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    It's outrageous that they're still ignoring...

    It's outrageous that they're still ignoring modern, joined-up thinking on diet. And yes, there seems to be a huge amount they can get wrong. I wonder how Osborne's wonderful austerity policy has...
  22. It says I can't see it because of GDPR.

    It says I can't see it because of GDPR.
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    I'm speechless. Well repeatable speech anyway...

    I'm speechless. Well repeatable speech anyway :mad:
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    It sounds more like a conversation you'd hear on...

    It sounds more like a conversation you'd hear on the bus than in a serious study.
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    That's an interesting one in the Mail. And I...

    That's an interesting one in the Mail. And I love the Deliciously Ella books. Fiddly, but usually worth it.

    It's so hard to eat out these days. Yes, there are more places which cater for...
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