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Stupid Reasons People Die, An Ingenious Plot For Defusing Deadly Diseases Hardcover – March 15, 2007
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In his highly successful clinical practice Dr. Corso has been on the forefront of helping his patients through the complex maze of options available to not only treat disease, but to discover them early and head them off at the pass if at all possible. In his book, Stupid Reasons People Die he takes complex clinical subject matter and distills down the options and issues for the reader to make informed decisions about choices they may wish to pursue to detect and even treat problems at an earlier stage which may be the difference between life and death in some circumstances. He takes the reader outside the usual doctor visit to the cutting edge of screening that goes beyond the usual suspects and specifically identifies reasons people die that might be prevented had the patient been aware that they could specifically request going the extra mile past what is generally covered by their insurance carrier. His easy to read survival guide is a must read for anyone who is healthy and feels good, but want to know if there is anything else they can do to stay healthy as long as possible. --Edward M. Boyle, Jr, MD Board Certified Cardiothoracic Surgeon
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This book is for you if you are tired of the hype, the misdirection and the gnawing worry for your health. This book can save your life!
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Unless this is the only health-related book a person has read, for the vast majority of people there is not likely to be much in this book that is new information. Read morePublished on December 1, 2009 by P. Malone
This book is written with the patient / health-consumer in mind. Finally giving us straightforward answers to how we CAN take care of our health and take our care into our own... Read morePublished on June 13, 2007 by Carol Sue Flenniken
The best written medical book around. Not only is it written so that the layman can understand it, but it is written with a humorous slant that makes the reader want to keep... Read morePublished on June 13, 2007 by Dru Johnson
How refreshing to read the words of a true professional who really cares about people! His patients are so lucky to have him as their physician. Dr. Read morePublished on June 10, 2007 by Judi F
Medical doctor John Corso puts his twenty years of professional experience to paper in Stupid Reasons People Die: An Ingenious Plot for Defusing Deadly Diseases, a thorough... Read morePublished on June 9, 2007 by Midwest Book Review
Dr. Corso's book is a great read; straight talk, humorous, with clear and easy to understand information. Read morePublished on March 29, 2007 by K. Nagel