Tonight I visited a friend who has cancer in hospital. It started in his lung (he’s a non-smoker) and has now affected some bones. He had a hip replacement operation a week ago, and is doing very well.
A couple of days ago I was reading a magazine which included an article by Dr David Servan-Schreiber. The doctor’s article revealed how an accidental (a study he was conducting was short a test subject) MRI scan showed his brain tumor.
Tonight my sick friend showed me a book given to him by a caring friend, it’s called “Anti cancer – a new way of life”. It is the same book referred to in the magazine article. Obviously fate has deemed me to read this book. My friend in hospital can’t concentrate on reading at the moment, so he has kindly lent me the book.
So, I’ve already started reading. The author is a doctor, scientist and researcher, so he knows what he’s talking about.
As I progress I’ll post updates. I’ve already been impressed by the natural writing manner, despite referring to some technical matters. It’s certainly not a scientific reference book, it’s meant for everybody.