Paul Davies the Principal Investigator in the center for the Convergence of Physical Science and Cancer Biology at Arizona State University will open the Yes to Life Annual Conference CPD accredited conference by video from the US. He describes the exclusive focus on rogue genes as 'charging down the wrong path'. He will introduce the metabolic theory and describe how it fits with creating a more cancer unfriendly internal environment.
Travis Christofferson, the American researcher and bestselling author of 'Tripping over the Truth' published last year, headlines the conference and will be talking about the history of the metabolic theory - first proposed nearly a hundred years ago and then ignored. He describes the serious flaws emerging in the gene theory and how this has paved the way for a metabolic theory comeback.
Joining Travis will be:
Dr Robert Verkerk, Founder of ANH International who will cover the developing science behind metabolic theory.
Dr Ndaba Mazibuko, Clinical Research Fellow at King's College London who will talk about metabolic approaches in clinical practice. Dr Mazibuko is collaborating with The Seek Group and The Care Oncology Clinic in the area of metabolic repurposed drug analysis for people with cancer.
Patricia Daly will speak on 'Ketogenics - a way of targeting cancer cells' faulty metabolism with diet.
Jane McLelland will tell the story of her successful use of drugs and other treatments that tackled vulnerabilities in tumours revealed by the metabolic theory.
Q&A sessions after each presentation
An exclusive networking session with the speakers will be held for practitioners at 5.00pm. Numbers to this event are limited (see ticket options).
A healthy lunch and refreshments are included in the ticket price and all attendees will take home a goody bag provided by Weleda.
CPD certificates will be available to those who require them at the end of the event or by email after the event.
Tickets for this event are non-refundable
What are my transport options getting to the event?
The conference centre is:
5 minutes walk from Euston Station
8 minutes walk from St Pancras International and Eurostar terminals
10 minutes walk from Kings Cross Station
5 minutes walk from Russell Square and Euston Square Underground
A number of buses stop on Tavistock Square including the 59, 68,168 and 91