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Business as usual

Fo Ettinger Qualified nurse, Ross-Shire

People with cancer are too busy getting on with their lives to test the endless succession of 'miracle cures', says Fo Ettinger

Lately I have been given several articles about how to cure cancer by eating the kernels of various stones, notably apricots. Apparently they contain arsenic, which is toxic to tumours. The problem is that this diet requires you to eat about 40 a day, but you can add plum stones, apple pips and nectarines too.

Nursing Standard. 15, 50, 27-27. doi: 10.7748/ns.15.50.27.s42

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