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Cancer Didn't Kill Them; They Died From the Treatment

This book wasn’t very good.

It was written by a cancer survivor, and is basically her brief biography plus a haphazard listing of the research she’s done on cancer.

The Laetrile story (B17), was interesting, but it was a very small part of the book.

I appreciate the sentiment and purpose of this book, but the final product is very amateur. There was plenty of room to turn the list of cancer opinions into a coherent narrative, rather than reading like a reference appendix.

The authors story was so prominent that it really should have been called a biography, because I feel like I was duped into buying a book about cancer but it was really mostly about her.

Do not recommend.