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Whether you’re looking for information on how to prevent cancer or to live with it following a diagnosis, the internet is awash for hints, tips and advice. The problem is trying to wade threw this sea of data, statistics and advice to find the most credible sources and best advice.
Here, we do that for you. Dr Khan is an experienced oncologist currently working at Queen’s Oncology and Hematology Centre in East Yorkshire, UK a tertiary care cancer centre.
Killing Cancer Kindly is the result of years of painstakingly analyzing the available web content and combining it with Dr Khan’s extensive oncological experience to create a comprehensive and pragmatic list of ‘Dos’ and ‘Don’ts’ for anyone affected by cancer.
Dr Mohammad Muneeb Khan
MSc Clinical Oncology (Birmingham University),
Clinical Oncologist working in the NHS England with 25 years of clinical experience in the field of General Medicine and Oncology. He has also been a Principal Investigator for multiple National and International Cancer Research Trials.
Dr Khan has also taught in a Medical School and is currently involved in the teaching and mentoring of junior doctors and medical staff. His passion in life is preventing and curing cancer, a mission that he has been committed to since the age of 15 years.
Dr Khan’s research and findings are detailed in an upcoming book that provides a holistic approach to beating cancer that looks at every aspect of our lifestyle and provides advice on how to live longer, healthier and happier lives.
Killing Cancer Kindly is part of the author’s life-long mission to raise awareness of cancer prevention and cures. Written by a cancer specialist, it reflects on 25+ years of clinical evidence discussions with fellow professionals, patients, survivors and family member to get to the very heart of how cancer can be beaten and how those living with cancer can do so while still getting the most they can out of life