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I'll take a simple example.

There have been certain tests with human stem cells. The cells were cloned, and they were put in different Petri dishes. They were all genetically identical, yet, depending on the Petri dish, they formed bone cells, muscle cells, fat cells and so on. So it was the Petri dish that decided how the cell was going to behave, not its DNA. The DNA contains blueprints for all the different types of cells, but it was their environment that determined in which type of cell they would turn into. The conclusion is quite simple. The DNA contains instructions for a bunch of different things, but what triggers these instructions is the environment. Simple but straightforward experiment that has been done quite a while ago.

Based on this, it's quite straightforward. By changing your diet, you change the environment in your body, and by doing this, you change the behavior of cells in your body.

Overly simplified, of course, as there are many many many more variables to take into account, like copying mistakes, DNA damage, your body's repair mechanism & immune system and so on.

To cite epigenetics as a refutation to "genes control the way cells behave" is unbelievably disingenuous. Epigenetics have been studied since the mid 80's. We're well aware of the implications. Your claim that science has a limited perspective on that is patently false.
    
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Nope. I can say with absolute certainty that the ones close to me went right back to living their lives. Same diet, same activity type and level. Heck a couple of them did their best to maintain their normal lifestyles during treatment.

The survival rate of the people I know who have gone through chemo has been entirely down to the type of cancer they were diagnosed with. The one's who didn't survive had very aggressive cancers.

And I had met couple of people who had died because of chemo.
I also know people who have beaten the cancer without going into chemo and before that they were told that chemo was the only way out of this evil.

There are tons of research have been done on chemo's efficiency you can look up about that shows chemo mostly kills slowly than it saves, of course there are exceptions but they are rare.


http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/en/aussie-oncologists-criticize-chemotherapy/

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And I had met couple of people who had died because of chemo.
I also know people who have beaten the cancer without going into chemo and before that they were told that chemo was the only way out of this evil.

There are tons of research have been done on chemo's efficiency you can look up about that shows chemo mostly kills slowly than it saves, of course there are exceptions but they are rare.

You know, apart from the lines that say theres over a 40% increase in suriveablity in lymphomas .... also these studies are from 1998, so if you compare survival rates in the UK from the 1990's to now there is a increase of ~10%,
http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(14)61396-9/fulltext

Now im not saying chemo is great, it has serious side effects which makes a suck disease even worse, but hell if me or a loved one was offered a treatm,ent that increased my or their chances by upto 40%, and then the next year i / someone else wasas offered a treatment that upped that by another upwords of 90~% how is that not a good thing?
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