If I were ever diagnosed with cancer, I would immediately drop my calories.
A 40-50% drop results in a major drop in growth hormone, which has been shown to feed cancer cells.
There was some research on mice that were put onto a calorie restricted diet after being given cancer by the researchers. The cancer cells quit progressing. Then the researchers introduced GH injections, which resulted in the cancer cells proliferating again.
Not human research, but anecdotal enough for me. I would post a link to the abstract, which is on nih.org, but my computer crashed BAD recently, and I lost everything.
Not sure if I would go soy or not, but I wouldn’t rule it out. T-mag has suggested keeping it under 25 grams a day, and I am pretty sure that you should get whatever cancer benefit just from that.
Green tea has also been shown to inhibit cancer cell proliferation, and so has a substance in broccoli sprouts. Broccoli also has it, but in much lower quantities.