By Marika Sboros
Can you eat to starve cancer? What about not eating – in other words, fasting? Ask Air France captain Jean-Jacques Trochon and cancer specialists and scientists globally.
Trochon is the visionary behind Rethinking Cancer. It’s a world-first summit in Paris on September 21, 2017, on new horizons in cancer treatment. Hosts are France’s internationally renowned Gustave Roussy Cancer Institute and Espace Maurice-Tubiana Medical School.
Specialists worldwide have accepted Trochon’s invitation to speak on what he believes is a real “revolution” in cancer treatment. It is anti-angiogenesis treatments. Angiogenesis is the growth of new blood vessels, including those feeding cancer cells. Angiogenesis is the “hallmark of just about every kind of cancer”, Trochon says. Diet and fasting are on the conference’s revolutionary anti-cancer menu.
But what does a pilot know about cancer research and treatment? Lots as it turns out. Trochon is a cancer survivor who did his own research. On the strength of it, he “intelligently delayed” having chemo and radiation. That decision may be why he is still around to tell his remarkable tale.