Tumors are tumors, and they all have the same primary cause .....poor metabolism.
Trust me. I used to have NF1.https://www.omim.org/entry/162200
"neurofibromatosis type I (NF1) is caused by heterozygous mutation in the neurofibromin gene (NF1; 613113) on chromosome 17q11."
"But squidley, If NF1 is genetically inherited then you can't get rid of it."
Wrong. All tumor diseases, cancer included, happen when the cellular Krebs energy engine stops producing proper energy supplies, and your epigenes lose the ability to seek out healthy genes to code from. I'd venture to say that most of us possess defective genes in DNA locations considered "normal" by the medical community. But, given proper energy sources, our epigenes find healthy alternative genes to code from.
What causes energy loss in the Krebs cycle?
One word ......carbohydrates.
How much carbohydrate do you have to drop in order to cure yourself?
Duh, as much as it takes.
I'm on a purely meat and fat diet .....not because I like it, but because that's what it takes for me.