The dramatic story of a biologist's revolutionary discoveries--including a curative treatment for cancer, AIDS, and other degenerative diseases--and his persecution by the medical establishment. Christopher Bird attended the entire trial of Gaston Naessens.
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Naessens, a French-born scientist based in Canada, developed a controversial substance called 714-X, which some say is remarkably effective against cancer and immune system disorders. This book's real focus is on his legal and professional difficulties; Naessens joins the ranks of Gerson, Hoxey, and others whose alternative treatments led to medical ostracism. Bird has investigated his story well, but since he is a true believer, it's hard for the reader to get a balanced view. But subject collections on alternative or unproven methods, especially for cancer or AIDS, should acquire this.
- Judith Eannarino, Washington, D.C.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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