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‘Charging Down the Wrong Path’

Is cancer a metabolic, epigenetic disease?

The Yes to Life Annual Conference 2016
London – November 19th 2016

This groundbreaking conference introduced and investigated many of the facets of cancer as seen through the lens of metabolism and epigenetics. This strikingly different view of cancer, when compared with the mainstream gene-based view, has profound implications for the way we treat cancer.

Videos of each of the speakers’ presentations are available individually, or as a ‘package’ below.

Chris Wark

Chris from ‘Chris Beat Cancer’ was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2003 aged 26 and chose to radically change his diet and lifestyle rather than have chemotherapy. He is an active blogger, podcaster, health coach and speaker, who has made many appearances on radio and TV.

On 13 June 2017 Chris gave a talk entitled “An Evening with Chris Wark of Chris Beat Cancer” at the China Exchange, central London. Chris shares his real life personal experience of how he beat cancer.

Purchase the video to hear the full talk.

Paul Davies

Paul Davies is the Principal Investigator in the Center for the Convergence of Physical Science and Cancer Biology at Arizona State University. This is part of a programme set up by the National Institute of Health’s National Cancer Institute to involve physicists in cancer research.

Paul opened the Yes to Life Annual Conference in a video filmed during a visit to the UK. He described the exclusive focus on rogue genes as ‘charging down the wrong path’. He introduced the metabolic theory and described how it fits with creating a more cancer unfriendly internal environment.

Sample of the video:

Travis Christofferson

Travis Christofferson is a graduate of the Montana State Honors Program in molecular biology. He received the Nelson Fellowship for “outstanding undergraduate research”, and continued graduate research in bioremediation and cancer theory culminating in an MS in Material Engineering and Science.

Today Travis is a science writer and the author of the bestselling book ‘Tripping Over the Truth.” The book offers a historical perspective on the re-emerging metabolic theory of cancer – a theory that contends that cancer is an epigenetic disease that is precipitated and driven by damaged mitochondria.

Sample of the video:

Robert Verkerk PhD

Robert Verkerk is an internationally acclaimed scientist with over 30 years’ experience in sustainability, specifically in the fields of agriculture, food production and healthcare. He has Masters and Doctorate degrees from Imperial College London, where he continued his research for a further 7 years as a postdoctoral research fellow.

In 2002, he founded the Alliance for Natural Health International (ANH-Intl), a pan European and international, non- governmental organisation dedicated to promoting natural approaches to healthcare and shaping the scientific and regulatory framework affecting such approaches.

Sample of the video:

Dr Ndaba Mazibuko

Dr Ndaba Mazibuko is a Clinical Research Fellow in Clinical Neuroscience (Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience – King’s College London). His work includes clinical trial design, management and data analysis with respect to pharmacological and neuro-imaging studies in both the academic and industry sectors.

For the last two years he has also collaborated with The Seek Group and The Care Oncology Clinic in the area of Metabolic Repurposed Drug Analysis and Novel Vaccine Development, with respect to both scientific research and direct clinical application.

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Patricia Daly

Patricia Daly is a qualified Nutritional Therapist (BA Hons, dipNT, mBANT, mNTOI) based in Dublin, Ireland. Following her cancer diagnosis, she left her corporate career and started studying nutrition, specialising in the area of Integrative Cancer Care. As a Swiss native, she regularly attends training courses in Switzerland/ Germany, including at the renowned Tumor Biology Center in Freiburg, Germany. Her work on the ketogenic diet is recognised across Europe as is her best-selling book ‘The Ketogenic Kitchen’.

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Jane McLelland

Jane McLelland qualified as a physiotherapist in 1987, winning the Sarah Leeson Memorial Award for the most promising student. After qualifying she worked in the NHS and private practice for 14 years specialising in Neurology and then Orthopaedics. In the early ’90s she created a range of toxic free toiletries under the brand Bathrobics.

In 1994 Jane was diagnosed with Stage 3 cervical cancer but this later progressed to Stage 4 in 1999. Jane used both complementary and conventional medicine whilst treading a new path somewhere between the two, combining her own mix of off-label drugs. She is still cancer free 17 years later. Jane will be publishing her story shortly. She runs a Facebook page sharing evidence about off label drugs for cancer.

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The Full Set of Videos

Full set of videos of the conference: All six videos as listed above – Paul Davies, Travis Christofferson, Robert Verkerk, Mazibuko Ndaba, Patricia Daly & Jane McLelland.