Interview: Eat for your lives!
By Liz Else As a child in Blackpool, Clare Shaw loved fish and chips, and her mother’s good old-fashioned cooking. Her first degree was in nutrition and dietetics at the University of London. And she stayed in London for her first job at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, working in general dietetics. She joined the Royal Marsden cancer hospital in 1987, and went on to become chief dietitian there in 1992. Her book “Cancer: The power of food” has just been published by Hamlyn Has science needed some persuading of the relationship between diet and cancer?