How many of your Favorite People On Earth have you lost to cancer?
My list is long and growing. My dad died at age 44. Cancer took out my grandpa; numerous aunts and uncles, and my dear friend Tom Hoobyar, the closest person I had to a dad in my adult life. I’ve got two childhood friends, my age, battling it right now.
In my book Evolution 2.0 I said: Cancer is evolution run amok, and until we get evolution right we’re never gonna beat cancer.
A friend put me in touch with a scientist named Henry Heng because of my book. Henry is a cancer researcher in Detroit.
Long before I wrote anything about cancer, Henry had reached the conclusion, simply based on his own cancer research, that the conventional theory of evolution was unworkable.
He saw that cancer evolves at breathtaking speed – especially once you start trying as hard as you can to kill it.
This is why chemotherapy is so often Read more »