Here's another clinical trial you might want to discuss with your doctor:
Hyperthermia/Thermal Therapy With Chemotherapy to Treat Inoperable or Metastatic Tumors
http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials/se … d=10223741
http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT0 … amp;rank=1
The treatment combines chemo with raising patient's body temperature to a fever-like level (hypothermia). The goal is similar to fasting: create "stress" conditions for cancer cells.
I'm not sure if you heard about "Lance Armstrong effect". Lance Armstrong had metastatic testicular cancer. His cancer was unexpectedly cured by chemo. Apparently the same result was achieved in other patients with metastatic testicular cancer.
One of the theories to explain "Lance Armstrong effect" goes like this:
Testicular cancer cells develop in a cooler environment because male testes sit outside the whole body. When testicular cancer cells metastasize to the whole body, they find themselves in a hotter environment they are not used to. The heat creates stress conditions, making chemo more effective.
Note that this is just a theory. The linked clinical trial tries to test this theory in other types of cancers.
I found the trial by searching active trials for extrahepatic CC. The description of the trial does not mention CC as eligible. They do mention gastric cancers.