The Radical Remission Project

So it is well known that some cancer patients — even (very occasionally) those with metastatic forms of prostate cancer — have what have commonly and historically been known as “spontaneous” remissions. Their apparently lethal cancers simply seem to “disappear”. Why? We really have very little idea! … READ MORE …

Trip’s trip … 10 years of battling metastatic prostate cancer

In 2001, when he was just 49 years old, Ward “Trip” Casscells experienced lower back pain that became progressively worse. Then, he felt a lump in his abdominal area. He had an aggressive, metastatic prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

The natural remission of cancer

An article in today’s New York Times, based on an article by Zahl et al. to be published next Tuesday in the Achives of Internal Medicine (but already available on line), is about to stir up a hornets’ nest in the world of cancer research. … READ MORE …

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