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I called Audibles customer service to ask about access to the reference section of this book. Ideally it would be available as a link to a pdf from the audibles.com website. I would like to read the chapter references listed in the notes section of the printed book (pp. 249-272). As far as customer service could help, there is currently no known access to the notes section for an audible.com customer of this book.
I was told the only way to make my request (relevant to all my book purchases that include appendices, notes, bibliography, and in particular reference listings) is to write a review. There is no supervisor to ask, no contact us page, no direct email - just the review box, which will be read by audible.com and by the publisher.
Where can I get a list of the notes? I have found the Amazon.com site, "look inside" - but I don't see how to download, copy-paste, or print that section. Of course Audible.com can't help me with the Amazon site - but I didn't purchase the book from Amazon - I bought it from Audible.com and it is reasonable to expect access to the full book from Audible and not need to ask it of Amazon.
30 of 30 people found this review helpful
The material is fascinating. It seems as if cancer treatment and nutrition research have both run off the rails and into the weeds due to tenaciously (and unfortunately incorrect) US government "science" funding. Science in quotes because research money seems only to go to support approved conclusions.
The book is challenging to listen to, however, because the narrator does not seem to be able to pronounce all of the syllables in multi-syllabic words. He says "exackly". He pronounces some scientific terms so strangely it takes me a second to recognize them. His voice is very pleasant, but the pronunciation! I tried to listen a second time, but simply could not stand it.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
I have Smouldering Myeloma, bone marrow cancer. As the only conventional treatment is stem cell transplant and radical chemo with limited results, I started to read up on Anyang alternative and complimentary. Over the past year I have tried many and varied options but my levels and therefore cancer grow, have continued to creep up. Having heard about the Ketogenic diet I decided to give it a go, I also read about Oxygen Hyperbaric Therapy, most specifically used for MS patients. Having finished Tripping Over The Truth, I now realise that following these two protocols is EXACTLY what I should be doing! The book has also given me additional food for thought (on a restricted Ketosis diet, a few pages from a book may actually make a tasty treat for me these days!!) for looking into some other avenues. This is has been a marvellous boost not only to my knowledge of what to investigate further, but also to my focus and feelings of hope that I will turn my diagnosis around. I am so VERY glad I invested in this and have ordered a hard copy now so that I can use it as a reference, not only for myself, but also my oncology team.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
best book I've " read" in years......
.....and it's about cancer ?!? so that really says a lot.. a life changing book. a MUST " read"
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
It's hard to believe we've spent so much time, money and lives looking for a cure down one path (with little tangible improvement) when another path has been sitting there waiting to be explored for decades and seems to show far more promise.
I am always fascinated to learn of how things came to be. This book describes it in detail from many angles. Love it and the important information it contains!
it is a good read, but was a bit slow here and there.
Just needs money and someone to believe, its is a cheap way to treat cancer, just needs funding.