And of course, she will switch to a mostly plant based diet, be conservative on oil and fat intake, and if she were a smoker…she would stop asap!
A few things to add:
You will likely need to ask your primary doc, not your oncologist for prescriptions for Propranolol and Metformin as they are not yet approved for cancer despite the fact that they can be quite effective. At this conference as well as at the Integrative Healthcare Symposium, several doctors commented that Metformin was the only cancer drug that actually worked. My doc started me on this a while back, handing me piles of research to support his recommendation.
Also, remember to address stress….more on this later, but I offer this post until then: http://elynjacobs.wordpress.com/2011/12/09/changing-the-cancer-environment/
Lately there has been much in the news about red wine and breast cancer. Research shows that a small amount of red wine may actually reduce breast cancer risk. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/240065.php?utm_medium=twitter&utm_s