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Book Review – The Calories In Calories Out Cookbook
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Book Review – The Calories In Calories Out Cookbook

The Calories In Calories Out Cookbook…Plus, the Exercise it Takes to Burn Them Off is by Catherine Jones and Elaine Trujillo (The Experiment, 2014). Catherine Jones, the recipe developer on the project, said that the idea for the book came to her after a conversation with her brother who said: “All I want is a...

Radical Remission Review
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Radical Remission Review

The is the book you need to read if you need some inspiration with your advanced cancer diagnosis. While the stories are inspiring, some data is lacking to make me totally comfortable with the book, but that doesn't stop me from recommending it.

Book Review : The Emperor of All Maladies
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Book Review : The Emperor of All Maladies

Reading this book was a relationship… four hundred and seventy pages on the history of cancer in the western world (plus glossary and references). The subtitle is very appropriate – this is a biography of cancer. But a biography from the western medicine view of cancer. If you are interested in other attempts to treat...

Cancer is A Word, Not a Sentence Book Review
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Cancer is A Word, Not a Sentence Book Review

Cancer is a word, not a sentence. was easy to read and incredibly informative. The first three chapters reminded me of chapter one of my own book, The Essential Cancer Treatment Nutrition Guide and Cookbook, in that he provides an introduction to all things cancer, giving the newly diagnosed a heads up on common questions and concerns. He does this in much more detail than I have done in my book.  For that reason, it’s a great companion for newly diagnosed patients and their families.

Book Review: Love, Medicine and Miracles by Dr. Bernie Siegel
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Book Review: Love, Medicine and Miracles by Dr. Bernie Siegel

I was surprised to be discovering this book 28 years after it was first published. It seems very current and progressive, so much so, that I had to think I must have been sleep walking to only be discovering it now. Dr. Siegel who is now retired but was a general and pediatric surgeon writes...

“Do You Believe in Magic” Book Review
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“Do You Believe in Magic” Book Review

When it comes to the continuum of books that are either pro or anti alternative medicine, this one is definitely anti-alternative medicine. If you want to do only mainstream treatment for your cancer and feel good about it, then this book is for you.