A Questionable Cure

A Questionable Cure Despite the World Health Organization predicting a percent increase in cancer cases worldwide over the next twenty years there remains no cure or vaccine One man from North Carolina disgusted by

  • Title: A Questionable Cure
  • Author: Roger Gerald Scott
  • ISBN: 9781311267122
  • Page: 284
  • Format: ebook
  • Despite the World Health Organization predicting a 70 percent increase in cancer cases worldwide over the next twenty years, there remains no cure or vaccine.One man from North Carolina, disgusted by the lack of progress and with his own father dying from pancreatic cancer, angrily embarks upon a personal crusade to find a cure before it s too late In the face of personalDespite the World Health Organization predicting a 70 percent increase in cancer cases worldwide over the next twenty years, there remains no cure or vaccine.One man from North Carolina, disgusted by the lack of progress and with his own father dying from pancreatic cancer, angrily embarks upon a personal crusade to find a cure before it s too late In the face of personal tragedy, he defies the odds and stumbles upon a cure that could change the course of history, only to find the real battle has just begun.Don t miss A Questionable Cure , a novel that takes an original look at the one of the worlds deadliest and incurable diseases An inside look at the controversial pharmaceutical industry that profits from the disease, the medical environment that treats the patients and the role of natural medicine and pollution This is one journey you won t want to miss A Questionable Cure is a fact based fictional look into whether we re really ready for the end of cancerIn his debut novel, Roger Gerald Scott calls into question much of what many of us might like to believe about the people we are, and the society we live in.He shines a light into facts about cancer, research, the medical profession, alternative medicine, and the pharmaceutical industry, which is funding research for its cure but also profiting from its existence.

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