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The controversial Emanuel Revici, M.D., made the bones grow back in cancer patients, and restored health to AIDS patients as well as drug addicts and alcoholics. His medicines lifted debilitating migraines in as little as three minutes. Revici's reward? He was attacked and ostracized by the best. JAMA published false reports about his work. The American Cancer Society blasted him time and again. Meanwhile, word of mouth brought new patients to see him for decades. The smears didn't work, so something more needed to be done. This is the true story of the greatest medical scientist who has ever lived. Find out what happened to Dr. Revici and find out how you can use the principles of his discoveries to reverse even advanced cancers and many other illnesses. The final chapter provides current contact information for the Revici Clinic.
©1996 William Kelley Eidem (P)2015 William Kelley Eidem
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By Mark T Ryan on 03-12-15

WOW - an eye openner

Would you listen to The Doctor Who Cures Cancer again? Why?

We all understand money and ego are great drivers, but when you are talking $300 Billion that's serious motivation.<br/><br/>The book presents a very compelling story.<br/><br/>If the facts in this book are true it is an indictment on the governance of medical services and the big pharma and institutional medicine.

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I work with hundreds of surgeons and many aspects outlined in this book ring true from a technical, commercial and human perspective. My concern is that I will be dead well before I see the egos bending to such a significant change.Thanks for the bus ride.

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By Bruce Ritchie on 04-28-16

We need to know!

See a new perspective on how medical associations are more concerned about their financial gain, and about their ability to dictate what, and how you will receive medical care. Very interesting!

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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