In the 1970s, the war on cancer began with a presidential decree from Richard Nixon. Since that time, many theories and treatments have risen. Some are accepted and perpetuated as standard medical practices by the establishment, others have been neglected or rejected for consideration. In exploring the history of cancer, Travis Christofferson brings light to the murky past of cancer research and promotes the resurgence of forgotten but effective treatments. Join him in this interview with Regina Meredith.
Travis Christofferson is a graduate of the Montana State Honors Program in molecular biology with a minor in biochemistry. He is the founder of Single Cause Single Cure and the author of the recently released book, Tripping Over the Truth: The Metabolic Theory of Cancer. The book offers a historical perspective on the emerging metabolic theory of cancer — a theory that contends cancer is precipitated and driven by damage to mitochondria. Learn more about his book here.