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Tribute to Dr Etienne Callebout

10th January 2022 It is with a heavy heart and huge sadness that I report that Dr Etienne Callebout MD passed away in his sleep this weekend. Dr Callebout played a huge role in my recovery from stage 4 cancer and he was  instrumental in helping me gain the knowledge and courage to take on […]

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Chemo causes breast cancer to spread but don’t despair!

An article shared in FB groups sent many of you into another flat spin. Yet again I am here to reassure you are on the right path despite a backdrop of doom and gloom everywhere you look. I know how easy it is to get into a negative spiral, I have been in your shoes. […]

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Fat and ferroptosis – it’s just not that simple!

Hi Gang! I was made aware of posts in FB groups suggesting that because ferroptosis is strongly linked to fat ‘peroxidation’ of cell membranes by free radicals (ROS or reactive oxygen species) that you don’t need to bother with blocking fat pathways. Not so. There are fat pathways that absolutely should be blocked, e.g. the […]

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Targeting resistant stem cells

Hello Gang! As you know, research on ferroptosis is still not well known amongst the medics and new information is coming out almost weekly. I will update you on the latest in my next blog. But as promised this newsletter will be about the metabolic rewiring, i.e. the basic premise of my Metro Map – block one pathway and […]

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NSCLC patients stop panicking!

Hi Crew! A post in my Facebook group has got many NSCLC patients in a tizz. It showed adding metformin to locally advanced unresected LUNG CANCER HAD WORSE OUTCOMES. Metformin in Combination With Chemoradiotherapy in Locally Advanced Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer: The OCOG-ALMERA Randomized Clinical Trial | Lung Cancer | JAMA Oncology | JAMA Network […]

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Blog: Second edition out in the UK!

Hi Crew! I am excited to tell you the new edition of ‘How To Starve Cancer …and then kill it with ferroptosis’ is now available in the UK (40% off with EMPOWERME from my website www.howtostarvecancer.com) for only £14.40! Typical. As soon as my book went to the printers I knew a golden nugget of info would […]

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Blog: Brexit, the COC and more research

Hi Crew! Brexit and the COC: Some of you may have been worried about getting hold of the COC drugs because of Brexit, however  Care Oncology Clinic in the UK have confirmed that post-Brexit, all European and other international patients (outside USA and Canada) can continue to access their service and COC Protocol treatment. Please contact […]

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Blog: Important Discovery!

Dear H2SC Crew, IMPORTANT DISCOVERY! I recently came across research that shows an HDAC inhibitor will not only protect your healthy neurons from ferroptosis, it simultaneously enhances ferroptosis in the cancer cells. If you are thinking of trying ferroptosis, be sure to tell your doctor about this. What are HDAC inhibitors? You have the choice […]

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Blog: The Orwellian Medical World …

Dear H2SC crew, I know many of you are frustrated that I do not put dosages next to the supplements or drugs in my online course and book. I tread a line between providing education and medical advice. If I am in jail for crossing that boundary I won’t be much help to anyone! Safe […]

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Blog: Do your cancer treatments sometimes make you nauseous?

Hello again Crew! Nausea and vomiting, whether caused by chemotherapy, other medications or even supplements (green tea often makes me green at the gills, especially on an empty stomach) is just plain debilitating and miserable when going through cancer treatment. Dealing with cancer is bad enough. Nausea adds insult to injury but it is far […]

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Blog: Ferroptosis…going for the Kill

Hello Crew! A Kill Phase in Jane cancer parlance means an acute stress on the cancer, given over a day (e.g. chemo) or sometimes several days straight or every other day for a few weeks or in metronomic regular ‘pulses’. The best way to achieve this is with oxygen free radicals. Cancer just hates oxygen. Oxygen free radicals are created […]

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I have a confession

Blog: I have a confession

Dear H2SC crew! I think it’s time to fess up about my year.  Those of you who have heard me speak either online or in person over the last few years may have noticed me cough. Quite a lot. At times embarrassingly so, going red in the face, my eyes streaming. Not a good look. […]

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Blog: “Your course is worth every penny”

Dear H2SC crew! I’m so thrilled with your reaction to my course! Thank you all for your comments, I am delighted by your response! “Thank you so much for giving us all the knowledge you so painstakingly researched. You are incredible and we are lucky” “Really loving the course Jane… so much easier to understand.” […]

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Blog: Knowledge is power

Hello again H2SC crew! Things are going well with the course, I am so excited to be launching it for you all on 1st December.  I am busy adding in fresh new content which will be included in my Second Edition of How To Starve Cancer, so you get advance knowledge before its officially published […]

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Blog: What really works? Combinations, combinations, combinations!

Hello H2SC crew, Jane here with my third blog. ‘What?’ you say. Sorry gang, I decided not to send out my second blog as it was not exactly upbeat – I was having a particularly tough time with both my health and a setback to my plans for building a range of resources (App/online course/supplements) […]

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Blog: Self Publishing Sucks

This blog is a change of heart peeps. Self-publishing sucks. Hello my lovely H2SC cancer rebels, Covid 19 has affected us all in different ways, but the cancer community has been particularly hard hit – operations cancelled, chemotherapy sessions postponed, new symptoms underplayed and under-investigated. Many new cancer cases are going undiagnosed and progressive disease […]

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The professor who ‘cured’ his cancer

With a cocktail of everyday pills and 20 years on remains disease-free. Ben Williams’ aggressive brain tumour was treated with conventional therapies – and with a mix of common drugs, including those for acne, insomnia and high blood pressure, as revealed in a new documentary. Could this approach work for others

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Diet and cancer

This website has many articles and a video with Valter Longo about dietary restriction and how to overcome cancer. Valter Longo PhD. is a Professor in Gerontology and Professor in Biological Science and the Director of the USC Longevity Institute. He is interested in understanding the fundamental mechanisms of aging and the molecular pathways that […]

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K-Ras gene

The role of K-Ras gene in allowing glucose and glutamine to be used as energy to fuel tumour growth.

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Multi modal approach 

If starving a cancer of glucose was the answer, many more people would survive. However it often fails as this approach is not enough on its own. This article suggests the method may even backfire! To prevent this, a multi modal approach needs to be adopted with a combination of drugs, supplements, diet and exercise.

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Introduction

This site will be for emerging research on how to starve cancer with links to podcasts, interviews and blogs from cancer survivors There will be youtube clips and research articles which will help your understanding of how to best target your own cancer and which diet may be most suitable for your type of cancer.

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Jane McLelland is interviewed on UK Health Radio

Jane McLelland is interviewed on UK Health Radio Jane talks to Robin Daly, founder of Yes To Life, a forward thinking cancer charity that supports patients with integrative approaches to their disease. She discusses the Annual Conference held by Yes To Life at which she spoke and received a standing ovation. Jane runs through why […]

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