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What did you love best about The Death of Cancer?
DeVita tells us the insider story, or what Paul Harvey would say "And now for the rest of the story".
What did you like best about this story?
Open disclosure of the reality of what every person touched by cancer actually is facing, should know about and should raise hell about.
What does Stephen McLaughlin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
For me, the narration allows me to perform exercise, hiking and reading at the same time.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Chapter 8 and 9 are must reads.
Any additional comments?
I am a cancer doctor of over four decades and what DeVita tells us is accurate. It is tragic that the American taypayer is not aware of what goes on behind the scenes, and the bureaucratic roadblocks that are part & parcel of "government action" and how this hinders advances in cancer, and prevents early access of promising drugs to those faced with death within a matter of months.
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As a pharmacist, I really enjoyed the combination of science and patient stories. A great book every health care professional should take the time to read or listen.
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