There are some areas where there is agreement, for example the benefit of antioxidants which can either be in tablet form or in juices. My husband has a juice drink (carrots, parsley,celery red pepper, beetroot ginger) in various combinations.
He also takes a build up drink for his severe weight loss, which is not in line with much of the thinking about cancer nutrition but makes him feel he is staving off further weight loss, which worries him greatly.
My husband takes food supplements including antioxidants, Co-enzyme Q10, IP6 AHCC, milk thistle and vitamin K. Since he left hospital on Dec 13th after an an operation to do a resection was aborted, he has had no treatment. He is feeling fine in himself although he does get tired.
With this particular cancer very little seems to work and when there are improvements they are often short lived. My feeling is that we will try anything that has been shown to have a positive effect, because noone can offer us anything that is certain to work. .