William Li heads the Angiogenesis Foundation, a nonprofit that is re-conceptualizing global disease fighting.
“The obvious thing is to think about what we could remove from our diet. But I took a completely opposite approach and began asking: What could we be adding to our diet that could boost the body’s defense system? In other words, can we eat to starve cancer?”
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