INSIGHTS | 21. Ray Peat Pt. II - Cancer
Ray Peat is a Professor of Physiology with an almost cult-like following. Not for religious zealotry, per se, but rather his opinions on the causes and remedies to illness.
In Part I we introduced who Ray Peat is and some of the content of his thought on physiology and disease.
In this installment, we will look at his thoughts on cancer and contrast them with modern medical thought.
Once it is accepted that cancer is a systemic disease, and that a tumor…is something more than a collection of defective cells, very different therapeutic approaches can be considered.
When considering differences in thought, it is often the case that certain details are misunderstood or misinterpreted.
In the case of cancer, it may very well be that our fundamental understanding of what cancer represents…is wrong.
But, how deep do we have to dive to correct our course?
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