How to Starve Cancer: Without Starving Yourself 
by Jane McLelland

After being given a terminal diagnosis with only a few weeks to live, Jane dug up research, some decades old, in her quest to survive. Rather than aiming to cure cancer, which in many cases is unachievable, Jane's approach was to stop it growing. Remarkably her approach not only stopped it growing, it disappeared altogether. There are now clinics following her protocol, achieving remarkable successes. This book is a game-changing new dawn in the treatment of cancer. 


Book cover design reflects the idea behind a book: while starving cancer from bold becomes light.


Main challenge for the design of this book was to make the book visually easy and pleasant to read, even though the story in the book is emotionally complicated, the text is full of medical terms and multiple footnotes that had to make it to the same page as well as the text. It took a lot of pondering and calculations that are usually not so common in book design to make sure that there are no 'holes' and empty spaces on the page.

I hope this book will help people looking for a path to recovery.

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