- Contributing Author
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.
World Cancer Day
Posted on Feb. 5, 2018
Blue Light Blocking Glasses and Cancer, Epilepsy
Posted on Jan. 12, 2018
Erenumab and Other CGRP Receptor Antagonists- Potential for Action Against Brain Tumours?
Posted on Dec. 23, 2017
WORTH REPEATING! - Cocktail Drug Approach Against Cancer Stem Cell-Like Cells
Posted on Nov. 26, 2017
Evidence for Use of Stiripentol and Other Agents to Effectively Inhibit Cancer Stem-Like Cell Activity
Posted on Oct. 8, 2017