Cancer Treatment: The Role of Diet & Repurposed Drugs

Joining us live from the United States on July 10, 2023, Dr Paul Marik spoke with WCH team member Linda Mathews-Rae at General Assembly Meeting #95 about his recently published review on cancer treatment using repurposed drugs.

Who is Dr Paul Marik?

  • Dr Marik recently published a review on the use of repurposed drugs such as ivermectin to improve cancer patient outcomes when used in addition to standard treatments. He cites Dr Thomas Seyfried’s work extensively. Download his presentation slides here.
  • Paul is an accomplished physician with special knowledge in a diverse set of medical fields, with specific training in Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Neurocritical Care, Pharmacology, Anesthesia, Nutrition, and Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
  • Dr Marik has written over 400 peer-reviewed journal articles, authored four critical care books, and has been cited over 25,000 times in peer-reviewed publications.
  • Prior to co-founding the FLCCC, Paul was best known for his revolutionary work in developing a lifesaving protocol for sepsis, a condition that causes more than 250,000 deaths yearly in the U.S. alone.

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This is an edited segment from the weekly live General Assembly Meeting on July 10, 2023. Dr Thomas Seyfried also spoke at this meeting.

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  1. Re: the cancer work of Dr Seyfried. How can I access the protocol and/or find a physician to guide me? I have astrocytoma and mitochondrial dysfunction. After reading the literature I declined radiation and asked about ketogenic diet with my nuero-onco. She belittled me on both counts so I fired her! I’m thrilled to be validated by this research! It has been a long and heartbreaking road. I knew medicine had issues but between COVID and my experiences I’m completely disillusioned and now struggle with my mental health. In short the majority of doctors terrify me. In the months since my diagnosis I’ve read more current research than any of them. And when I bring studies to their attention they don’t just ignore it, they become hostile and rude. I would like to find someone who has this knowledge and is open and curious about ongoing research. I’ve been shifting my diet but I would appreciate more guidance and to learn about the glucose/keto level measurements. Please provide any participating physicians. I am located in MD and will travel. Thank you.

  2. Hi. I am wondering who I can find in Washington/Idaho who agrees with the metabolic origin of cancer and thus the treatment options. I remember asking about the sugar impact on tumors when my daughter had osteosarcoma 11 years ago ( she died) and the response was “all food breaks down to glucose”. Now, I am facing potential breast cancer and have no inkling to want chemo. I know 2 women, my cousin, being one who had the Her-2/neu breast cancer/bilateral mastectomies and another, who refused chemo but changed their diets. Both are survivors still , up to 20 years later.

    1. I hope you are well and am sending you and Jolie (above comment poster) energies for a full and complete healing. There are several very good doctors in WA and Idaho. You will not find them if you search using the word “cancer.” Search your area using keywords like: Naturopath, natural immune therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Intravenous Vitamin C therapy, metabolic diet therapy, etc. This will give you a clue about the doctor’s holistic/natural healing focus. Also, search the directories of doctors in these organizations:, There are also doctors and practitioners who you can ask to help refer you to a doctor near you at these organizations: and I highly encourage you to take up Qigong, especially Spring Forest Qigong. You can easily find Master Chunyi Li on-line and practice the movements and breathing to cultivate energy to tap into the wisdom and intelligence of the universe, which is the original source of all healing. Finally, check out this new information on a very safe and affordable drug that is being repurposed for cancer patients: