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on November 18, 2003
This book catalogues many of the so-called herbal cures for cancer promoted by various entities and then evaluates the evidence for and against their effectiveness. Moss is very even-handed in his treatment of the different herbs, but some of the 'popular' herbs have nothing that supports their effectiveness. Also interesting is the different standards between European and US testing and marketing of these drugs.
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on January 14, 2014
Very excellant book on herbs.There are two or three herbs that have a lot of clinically backing for their treatment of camcer.
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on May 4, 2000
Half of the books describes history of some herbs which I did not find useful, the other half it even does not demonstrate you the ability to help cure cancer. It does not show you any scientific data from a recognized company (e.g. FDA). The title should be "Herbs Against What". It was a waste of time this book.
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