Overall rating and opinion of "Winning the War on Cancer" by Sylvie Beljanski

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Re: Overall rating and opinion of "Winning the War on Cancer" by Sylvie Beljanski

Post by muthoni wamuyu24 » 02 Jan 2019, 05:44

I am almost have through the book and for far so good the book is interesting the precautions used helps us become flexible in case of a relative,a friend or even anybody out there suffers from cancer we are able to bundle the professionally .......so far so good I rate this book with a 5star

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Post by SamSim » 02 Jan 2019, 08:01

When I sampled this book, I was completely fascinated and engaged. Reading everyone's discussion here has only increased my interest in this one.
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Post by Ferdinand_otieno » 02 Jan 2019, 09:47

This is an amazing read that showed a different approach to cancer. I would rate the book 3 out of 4 stars. I enjoyed the debate books like this spark in the scientific community.
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Post by Fuzaila » 02 Jan 2019, 10:11

I have only read the sample and felt that it was a great compilation of research-backed claims.
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Post by preethijkumar » 02 Jan 2019, 10:22

This novel clearly elucidated several scientific facts which makes the book very interesting. Also, it has such a beautiful personal connect.

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Post by praisecrown8 » 02 Jan 2019, 14:26

Informative research.
I guess the author took her time. I will give it a four out of four

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Post by TALIA ONYANGO » 02 Jan 2019, 14:34

This novel is realistic and i would rate it at 4 out of 4 stars. It is a beacon of hope to all cancer patients. I would highly recommend it to all persons suffering from cancer.

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Post by BeautySuzy » 02 Jan 2019, 18:46

I rate it 3 out of 4 stars, I liked how the writer proved natural treatments are way better than pharmaceutical ones. But I think the writing style was abit complicated.

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Post by DorcasToo » 02 Jan 2019, 23:56

I just purchased the book and I will be reading it soon. What drew my attention most is that the author doesn't have a medical background but has done great research looking forward to reading it.
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Post by AndrewZachariah » 03 Jan 2019, 01:11

I gave this a book a four out of four stars. I felt that is was well-written, and the author did an excellent job of weaving a personal story with data and drier information. As a chemical-engineering student, I have encountered many texts that have incredible backstories, but the author forgoes that story in favor of slamming readers with heavy amounts of data and research. I think this author appropriately delivered data without overwhelming readers. I encountered some typos here and there, but nothing worth losing a star over. I also went over to the foundation's website to see what was available there. I found that the website backed up what the author was saying, particularly in the realm of research. Furthermore, the journals and universities mentioned as associates of the foundation, or involved in research with the foundation are all well-known and reputable. Many of the journals mentioned weren't your average, run-of-the-mill subscription, and often require significant work to get published in. The extensive footnotes and access to links for further information also lead me to believe that this foundation's work is built from evidenced-based research.

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Post by Mark Dice » 03 Jan 2019, 03:14

I am only a few chapters into the book, but I don't believe I will be able to give four stars as I have already found 6 grammar errors. The story seems to be truly amazing though, so I will probably go for a three unless anything drastically changes later on.

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Post by Willy 1 » 03 Jan 2019, 07:00

The book sheds light on how well established pharmaceutical companies are more interested in the name and monetary aspect of medicine. The author tells us about other alternative treatments of cancer as opposed to the popular conventional medicine which already exists, provided they are of Good quality. I give the book four out of four stars.

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Post by preethijkumar » 03 Jan 2019, 08:54

This book is a definite recommendation for all those who are in the hunt for an alternative cure for cancer. It seemed like a hub of knowledge delivered in the most comprehensive way.

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Post by Zimall » 03 Jan 2019, 09:05

kandscreeley wrote:
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I would give it a four out of four. I think it's well researched. It was a bit here and there as far as research and the story of her father, but it didn't distract too much from the message. It was professional, and I'm glad I read it.
I was looking for recommendation and i think i have got it. I would give it a try and hope it won't disappoint me.

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Post by Samisah » 03 Jan 2019, 09:33

One of the reasons our world isn't "growing" is due to the fact that corporations want to own and control everything.
So I am happy for this author who went of her way and in spite of the pressures, to publish this book. From the many research and stuffs she doled out, I am inclined to believe that cancer can be pushed back using her father's method. I celebrate her bravery.

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