[NetBehaviour] Yuk! Cancer...
grazmaster at googlemail.com
Thu Feb 10 17:43:35 CET 2022
Hopefully the three months curable process will be successful and you will
Scientific studies examined how it is possible to act through diet and
lifestyle in order to prevent many non-communicable diseases like cancer.
Here are some recommendations developed by Professor Valter Longo thanks to
thirty years of research:
Dr. Valter Longo is a Gerontology and Biological Sciences Professor and the
Director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern
California–Leonard Davis School of Gerontology in Los Angeles, one of the
leading centers for research on aging and age-related disease. Dr. Longo is
also the Director of the Longevity and Cancer Program at the Institute of
Molecular Oncology (IFOM) in Milan, Italy.
All the best,
On Thu, 10 Feb 2022 at 01:55, abram stern via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> briefly unlurking for a rare moment. take care & best wishes, Marc.
> all the best,
> abram (aphid)
> On Wed, Feb 9, 2022 at 2:43 AM marc garrett via NetBehaviour <
> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
>> Dear friends and associates on Netbehaviour,
>> Last Wednesday I was diagnosed with stage 2 cancer in the form of lesions
>> around the neck, ear and throat - on the right side of my head. The
>> hospital crew dealing with my cancer say it's curable but they need to
>> begin the process immediately. It will involve an intense three months.
>> They will use radiotherapy and chemotherapy on me. It's going to be really
>> rough, already horrible things have happened. It will take about three
>> weeks to set it all up, and then visiting the hospital every day for six
>> weeks with radiotherapy and chemotherapy, ugh!
>> I am officially on sick leave for the next three months regarding
>> Furtherfield matters, but I will pop up (hopefully) every now and then with
>> certain projects that are underway - especially the new book which is out
>> very soon, called 'Frankenstein Reanimated: Art & Life in the 21st Century.
>> Edited by Marc Garrett and Yiannis Colakides', to be published on Torque.
>> Rather than telling everyone individually, it felt easier to mention it
>> here. A warm thanks for the love already that people have expressed in my
>> Apologies if I do not respond to questions - I'm sure you'll appreciate
>> that I'll likely be too unwell to interact.
>> Wishing you well.
>> DR Marc Garrett - https://marcgarrett.org/
>> Furtherfield - http://www.furtherfield.org
>> DECAL - http://decal.is/
>> Bio - https://marcgarrett.org/bio/
>> CV - https://marcgarrett.org/cv/
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