One friend of mine has recommended to us ( my uncle has prostate cancer ) to try deuterium depletion as a complementary therapy.
In some European countries ( he is Hungarian ), well known and used this new treatment, for a while. Searching the internet i have found an article from the Journal of Cancer Therapy related to this topic.
"Deuterium-depleted water (DDW) is a new promising agent in cancer therapy. The efficiency of the method is based on the discovery, that cancer cells are extremely sensitive to depletion of deuterium (D) and might cause necrosis of the tumor. The purpose of this study was to show the efficacy of D-depletion in prostate cancer (PC) patients. In the dou-ble blind, four-month-long, randomized Phase II clinical trial the daily water intake was replaced with DDW......Application of DDW is a new opportunity in cancer therapy. Growing evidence suggests that D-depletion might play a role both in treatment and prevention of cancer. In vitro and in vivo experiments confirmed the inhibition of proliferation of cancer cells  and the possible cancer preventive effect . Numerous other experiments, including the study had been conducted on mice xenotransplanted with PC-3 cells, proved the anti-cancer effect of D-depletion induced by the application of DDW..."
For me it is sound very interesting and promising. We want to try any complementary therapies to fight against cancer.
Has anybody heard of it?