Does eating certain foods make any difference against cancer?
How do I know which foods to eat?
Can I really trust what I read?
In answering these questions, surgical oncologist Dr David Wilkinson, points out that nearly all cancers are not primarily genetic, but are influenced by factors under our control, including what we eat.
Dr David S Wilkinson graduated as a medical doctor from the University of Queensland, and in 1996, completed his training as a general surgeon with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He subsequently furthered his oncological expertise in the subspecialty of Breast and Endocrine Surgery, both in Australia and England. He has treated thousands of cancer patients over the last twenty years in his capacity as a specialist Breast and Endocrine Surgeon.
Having published scientific papers in peer-reviewed medical journals, Dr David S Wilkinson has regularly been invited to speak at cancer conferences. Whilst his current practice centres on the breast and thyroid, Dr Wilkinson has also managed a wide variety of other cancers.
This book was written in response to repeated requests from his patients for information about the potential benefits of the right food.