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I read this book beginning to end, (not to be confused with end to beginning) in three days. A fascinating and well written history of something that is not even pleasant to talk... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Gerald M.
This book was phenomenal labor of love. I highly recommend it, especially for physicians/surgeons interested in the history of medicine/surgery.Published 3 days ago by MedicineDoctor
This is now one of my all-time favorite books (not just medical books) that I have ever read. Dr. Mukherjee may be a cancer physician, but I really hope he continues to write, as... Read morePublished 6 days ago by K. L Sadler
Very good introduction to why and how we as human got to where we are today in oncology medicine.Published 9 days ago by Ytbeh
Amazing story. Extremely well written. Very technical, ut I enjoyed it tremedously.Published 9 days ago by Ying Becker
Extraordinary! Beautiful and sensitive and humane history of cancer research and treatments.Published 9 days ago by david horowitz
Wonderful, moving and fascinating in equal measure. This guy should have been a writer and not an oncologist.Published 9 days ago by M. Crandall