The Answer to Cancer: Is Never Giving It a Chance to Start

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SelectBooks, Incorporated, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 220 pages
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"The public hasn't had the first clue about how to prevent cancer. This book provides that clue and more. This offers effective prevention if people follow the guidelines." -Christopher S. Clark, M.D.The Raj - Maharishi Ayurveda Health Center"Charming and fun to read. It is not just a cancer book, it gives people an opportunity to learn simple, yet powerful techniques for staying fit without tough diets or impossible workout programs."-Jay Glaser, M.D. Medical Director, Lancaster Ayurveda Medical Center. Simple, natural things are the answer to cancer! Sound too easy? Here a Western research physician teams with an Eastern Ayurvedic to explain how ancient "secrets" -- that you can do from home! -- make it difficult for cancer to ever get started.

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User Review  - Jeanne - Goodreads

Useful information on how to how to live your life and avoid the big "C". Requires lifestyle changes. Read full review

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User Review  - Terese - Goodreads

read this for school, it is a fabulous wholistic approach to cancer prevention and overall health Read full review

About the author (2002)

Dr. Hari Sharma's Freedom From Disease sold 30,000 copies. Jim Meade is the author of numerous books, having sold over 650,000 altogether. His biggest seller to date is Using Powerpoint, the first guide to the product (which became a household word.) This is Dr. Rama K. Mishra's first book.

James G. Meade, Ph.D., is an author, human resource consultant, and magazine writer. He has written for HR Magazine since 1989 and as a consultant has advised companies of varying sizes in a wide variety of industries as they approached the HR software market, evaluated products, and reached a decision. He is the author of twenty-five books, most on computer and business topics, including several in the bestselling Dummies series. His own computer bestsellers have included "Ami Pro for Dummies "and "Using PowerPoint.

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