Gustave Roussy Institute looks into the Metabolic pathway of Cancer

Gustave Roussy Institute looks into the Metabolic pathway of Cancer

The Gustave Roussy Institute is France’s largest and Europe’s premier integrated cancer centre devoted to patient care and research and teaching. The conference hosts were its Dutch director-general, Alex Eggermont, professor of oncology at Paris-Sud University; and Bernard Escudier, who was a cardiologist before moving into renal oncology as a head of department at the institute.

One of the conferences drivers was  Air France captain Jean-Jacques Trochon.  In 2003, doctors diagnosed Trochon with aggressive stage 2 kidney cancer. Doctors did a scan and found a 7cm kidney tumour. Within 24 hours, surgeons had removed the tumour and kidney.

His doctors expected metastases (cancer spread) within months and advised chemotherapy and radiation. Trochon  adopted  aregimen of a ketogenic diet, supplements and fasting, which he still follows. Trochon’s medical team, which now includes Escudier, supported his decision. Source)

Pr. Joubert (ACR Institute director)

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