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Questioning Chemotherapy – eBook
by Ralph W. Moss, PhD
If you or someone you love hears the word cancer, be prepared to question chemotherapy.
“This is an excellent book written by an outstanding journalist. It contains a wealth of information both on the effects and side-effects of chemotherapy and on the current state of research. Being committed to truth and not wishful thinking, its conclusions may be sobering, but to know them is definitely in the interest of the patients.”
– Ulrich Abel, PhD, Biostatistician
Heidelberg/Mannheim Cancer Center, Germany
“As a practicing oncologist for the past fifteen years, I share many of Moss’s reservations about the value of chemotherapy in the adjuvant settings for which it is often employed. Although clearly chemotherapy can be a useful tool in the management of a variety of human cancers many of the applications that we use routinely should be considered highly experimental. … ! think that Questioning Chemotherapy should be required reading for all medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists. My admiration for Moss’s energy, scholarship, and courage in writing this book!” – M. RIGDON LENTZ, M.D.
“An authoritative and comprehensive critique, Questioning Chemotherapy is uniformly fair. While the specific sites and drugs where chemotherapy works are few and far between, the book gives a complete report on them. And, unlike most medical texts, it also covers the many chemotherapies that don’t work.”
-IRWIN D. BROSS, PH.D., FORMER DIRECTOR OF BIOSTATISTICS,
ROSWELL PARK MEMORIAL INSTITUTE FOR CANCER RESEARCH
“As a chemist trained to interpret data, it is incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm than good.”
-ALAN C. NIXON, PH.D., PAST PRESIDENT, AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY