In summary, these apparently different cancers are merely different cells in the body undergoing certain changes to adapt to there new requirements for survival. In effect, then....all cancers are the same, which is why a single term, "cancer" is used to describe them.
If one understands this, they do not become fearful that they have a "rare" cancer or an unusual cancer or an untreatable cancer....all cancers are basically the same process occurring in different parts of the body. This is like the changes one sees in the skin whether it is a burn, for example, on the hand, the breast, the back, the face, etc...IT IS THE SAME PROCESS and therefore requires the same approach to deal with it or alleviate it.
Thomas Lodi, MD
Certified Nutrition Specialist