Did Lance Armstrong use an alternative therapy to cure his cancer?
Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on March 25, 2008
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“This book tells me everything. Why didn’t my doctor tell me this?” – Rev Bill Newbern
IT’S ABOUT THE FLAXSEED
In his book It’s Not About The Bike, Armstrong describes how he had to undergo brain surgery to cut out a number of cancerous areas that had been detected. When they opened him up they found these cancerous outgrowths were all dead. He’d had some chemo but no-one was saying the chemo was the cause. That is, they knew the chemo wasn’t the cause. If chemo had been expected to deal with the brain tumours there would have been no need to do surgery. Armstrong’s story is a moving account of how he used state of the art chemo to recover from cancer and win the Tour de France. But this detail tends to get left behind at the back of his own treatment peloton. It was a big surprise to everyone. “It went much better than we ever expected,” said his surgeon.
One thing Armstrong admitted earlier in the book was that he had read about the Budwig protocol that uses flaxseed oil. Did he just read about it or did he use it too? Could that have been why the brain tumours were dead? Lance, if you get to read this, maybe you can tell us if you followed the Budwig Protocol.