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I'm in the medical field, so this was very interesting to me on a number of levels.Published 2 days ago by Kathy
This book was really helpful to me as a cancer patient. 1 in 3 men, 1 in 4 women will get cancer. 500,000/year will die from it in the US. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Carol Niec
Extremely well writen and very readable. Provides a very interesting lookninyo the history and future of cancer researvh and treatmentPublished 4 days ago by Greg McCaughey
Fascinating read! Even as a doctor this book goes into loads of aspects of cancer in addition to the biology of cancer. Highly recommended to all!Published 4 days ago by Don
Watched the three part documentary based on the book and decided I should read the book. Glad I did. Still reading it. Very interesting.Published 10 days ago by Christine Walker
When I got it in the mail I was hesitant because it was longer than expected. I read the first chapter and was hooked. Very happy I didn't return it because of its length.Published 12 days ago by Jammie Klim
Although nonfiction, this supremely interesting book on the history of cancer reads like a novel. It has a compelling plot, many interesting characters, and a subject matter that's... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Danny Boy
This book is riveting and I can't stop reading it. I never thought about cancer being "smart" and so amazing in it's ability to survive even the most toxic poisons and... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Claire Johnson