This series has been eye-opening. Must-watch for anyone who wants to know alternative perspectives in the field, particularly in matters of nutrition and lifestyle choices that one can take as preventive measure. From a public health policy perspective, it shows up a lot of low-cost measures that can be tried, for those families who simply cannot afford the very expensive mainstream methods in any case. And raises a lot of questions too of course on why some obvious things have been neglected by our medical fraternity. My mom passed away from cancer (actually, from chemotherapy!) when I was 17. I was able to relate with a lot of the things shared here and am able to connect the dots of many of the factors that led to her illness, and how after some signs of improvement things had suddenly gone downhill.