William Kelley Eidem has traveled thousands of miles, interviewed hundreds of people, and read thousands of pages of documents to prepare this book. He resides in Florida.
The Doctor Who Cures Cancerby William Kelley Eidem
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 3 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.
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This book really does not cover any alternative cancer treatments or methods it's really more of a biography of Dr. Emanuel Revici from Romania born 1896 and his accomplishments and setbacks over the years. After being on William Eidem's web site having to do with alternative cancer - "The Doctor who Cures Cancer" was mentioned but not what I thought it to be. The bottom line is, if you are and advanced cancer patient looking for cures outside of the traditional medical community - you will not find it in this book. So save your money. A bit misleading to say the least.
I am the physician who has taken over the practice of Dr. Revici. Most of the information in the book is accurate and was provided by Dr. Revici and his niece. He was not happy with the tittle since he never claimed to cure cancer, even though he was able to help many patients and a few have been in long standing remission. Overall I do recommend this book.