Killing Cancer - Not People by Robert G. WrightA clear and unsettling look at the state of cancer treatment in the United States, leaning heavily on the strides being made in alternative treatments (with an underlying emphasis in posing the question, Why is it that natural medicine is considered to be the alternative medicine?).
Robert Wright provides a broad spectrum of options that do not require chemotherapy, radiation or surgery. The palette of choices is much broader that I had imagined and, after a single read through, has left my a little boggled by the variety. I recognize a need to go through the book again to get a better handle on what changes I can be making first as a preventative for cancer.
Sometimes the tone of his writing carried too much of an angry young man voice, but he does illuminate situations that are well worth getting angry about. I dont advise that anyone base they cancer treatment on any one book, nor does the author. My confidence in this book is based on the respect I have for the man who recommended it as the best book hes read on the subject.
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Killing Cancer People Robert Wright
Wright Publisher: Robert G. Wright [Self]; 2nd edition Number of Pages: How long it took me to read: 1 week Where I bought this book: Picked it up at a wellness center in Toronto. ISBN: When I visited a wellness center in Toronto and saw this book a couple of years ago, I felt compelled to pick it up. I truly did. I know the cancer journey—I have survived chemotherapy, surgery, radiation, and reconstructive surgery.
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