I got the 811 book on Interlibrary loan.
on pg. 47 it says, "Cancer cells thrive in an anaerobic environment, meaning one where the oxygen content is very low. Eating a high-fat diet decreases the oxygen content of the blood and tissues and creates an ideal environment for cancer cells to flourish. When we consume a diet such as 80/10/10, which is high in simple carbohydrates and water, we effecively raise the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood, thus vastly reducing the likelihood that we will create cancer.
"The point is not to try to starve the cancer cells of their fuel, as that would effectively kill the patient as well, but to create a well-oxygenated environment that is inhospitable to the creation and subsequent survival of cancer cells."
Does this mean that switching to a 811rv diet can possibly heal cancer?