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posted by CharlesB in Health

78 Yr Old Man Beats 'Incurable' Cancer By Changing Diet?

September 17, 2012

Did this grandfather, 78, really beat 'incurable' cancer just by changing his diet? Extraordinary story of the man who got 'all-clear' after swapping red meat and dairy products for 10 fruit and veg a day
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2204080/Grandfather-incurable-...

"A grandfather, who was told by doctors that his cancer was 'incurable', has been given the all-clear less than four months later - after trying a different diet.

Allan Taylor could have been forgiven for fearing the worst when doctors told him they could do nothing to treat his condition. But the 78-year-old would not give up, and instead searched the internet for an alternative method to fight his cancer.

After studying websites, he decided to radically change his diet - and found his condition improved dramatically. Mr Taylor, a retired oil rig engineer from Middlesbrough, replaced red meat and dairy products with 10 portions of raw fruit and veg each day."

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