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At the age of 13, I had lost my father and both my grandfathers to cancer. Many years later, when my father-in-law was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor, Glioblastoma Multiforme, I got involved in his treatment. This primary tumor has a poor prognosis, with a five-year survival rate of only 3 percent. Therefore, the need to look at complementary treatment options was obvious. That was in 2003. He's alive and well today, already 17 years later. I believe that if someone survives a type of cancer that is almost always fatal, there must be something we can learn. This is what motivated me to share his case report.


I look at cancer treatments, as a trader looking for an edge in the market. A layman's perspective, so nothing on this blog is to be taken as expert advice, and just like in capital markets, beating the odds sometimes is simply a matter of luck. Skill, however, can also come into play. But here's the tricky part: when can we be confident that we've acquired the necessary skill or knowledge to be able to make good judgment and decisions, and to improve the odds? Make no mistake, there's a lot of bad and conflicting information, yet it's easy and often tempting to believe we've gained valuable insight when in fact it's just an illusion.

It's been almost 4 years since I started this blog and make updates when time permits. The information could be outdated, so please do your own research and always consult with your doctor.


Johan


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