London, England, GB
My name is Andrew Scarborough. I am a proactive cancer patient and public health advocate, scrutinising the latest research in order to devise my own optimal metabolic approach in an attempt to manage my disease. I am also an inquisitive researcher, using critical analysis and independent thought to support my university studies.
Prior to my diagnosis of a highly vascular Anapalastic Astrocytoma brain tumour, I studied for a masters in Nutritional Therapy and worked as a personal trainer. I am currently studying Human Biology and Medical Science at the University of Westminster, where I am heavily involved with brain tumour research. I mix practical experience of metabolic therapies with a detailed understanding of its potential for cancer management and seizure control at the cellular level.
Deuterium Experiment Part 1- Preparation
Posted on June 23, 2018
Orexin/Hypocretic Receptor Signalling and Cancer
Posted on June 12, 2018
Reaction to Tessa Jowell's death, thoughts on repurposed drugs and deuterium. Update on Sativex.
Posted on May 13, 2018
L-Carnitine, Ketolytic Enzymes and Therapeutic Ketogenic Diets for Cancer Management
Posted on March 8, 2018
Telomere Biology and Cancer
Posted on March 1, 2018