A dead-end approach
Jane Plant was professor of geochemistry at Imperial College in London. For five years, she was chief scientist for the British Geological Survey.9
In 1987, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, which recurred five times and by 1993 had spread to her lymph system. She decided to conduct her own research into the causes of breast cancer and as a result made fundamental changes to her diet. At the end of the chemotherapy treatment all signs of the cancer had disappeared. At the time of writing the book six years later, she was still free of cancer. Based on her experience, coupled with her own professional expertise, she has reached some interesting views on the treatment and research of cancer.