Map of Destiny: Pinpointing a Cancer Epidemic on the Kitchen Table
Lorraine Pace got breast cancer and then learned that 20 of her neighbours also suffered from the disease. But when she realised that the medical and science 'establishments' didn't believe in 'clusters', she set about to prove them wrong. This book features her story.
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Chapter One Life Is Good
Chapter Two The Undertakers Warning
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