Yep, it was Joel Furhman. His book has a section on cancer. He suggests, onions, cuciferous veggies like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, mushrooms and beans, among other things. Doctor McDougall is great on Cancer too. I think being low fat Vegan can prevent many of the common cancers, fingers crossed. I think Tumeric is good too, but not sure if this is in the book. Other stuff like blueberries. I think it also depends on the type of cancer, what is good against it. A local natural path suggests beets and asparagus. I guess it is all veggies against cancer, not meat or dairy. I read a lot of alternative stuff and there is a long list of what to do. Too long. There was a discussion on the board some time ago about Bursynski and some posters thought it was not good science, so I did not want to post and sent the PM instead. You can search this board for Bursynski by name to find the discussion. As I recall he did not get an endorsement by Jeff and Jim, quite to the contrary. My thought is that if the doctors tell you there is nothing that can be done or that if you do this treatment you get two more months and horrible side effects, it may be time to look for an alternative. Brain cancers in particular seem to be really tough in particluar. Cancer is serious, but if using a bit of Tumeric or garlic is helpful, why not?