Once diagnosed with cancer many patients become interested in ways that diet and nutrition might be able to be incorporated in their cancer treatment. This is certainly true of many brain tumor families. There are lots of sites available on the web that talk about nutrition and cancer. Much less is available from the medical literature. Here are a few sites that related directly to brain tumors.
The Moss report of Dr. Ralph W. Moss includes top recommendations of the most successful treatments in North America and Europe, as well as innovative therapies at various cancer centers. CancerDecisions® has agreed to allow the Marc Apodaca Jr. Children's Glioma Cancer Foundation to offer free downloading from their website for the 2009 DIPG report and any updates.
Foods and Cancer- pages 235 to 260
Special Dietary Programs- pages 261 to 274
Supplements- pages 271 to 281
Herbs and Botanicals- pages 282-288
Alternatives (including several supplements)- pages 290 to 430
Jeanne M. Wallace, PhD, CNC
Dr. Wallace has become well known in the brain tumor community for her interest in nutrition and brain tumors. There are several publications that can be downloaded from the site.
The calorie restricted ketogenic diet: An effective alternative therapy for malignant brain cancer
This is a full text of an article from Seyfried’s lab from Boston College. Several references hot linked at the bottom of the article.
Nutritional Strategies to Complement Brain Tumor Treatments-Jeanne Wallace, PhD - 39:50 - Nov 10, 2005
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