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 Mariette15 » 20 Jan 2019, 02:17

The book has a tone that is filled with clarity, as well as the fact that you can hear the love that she has for her father. The only setback for me is that the points made in the book are a bit unclear. I would give it a 4 out of 5.

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Post by Claire Nalusiba » 20 Jan 2019, 22:33

It is one of a kind the fact that its based on a real life story.Whats written portrays
Vividly what happens in the lives of cancer patients ,these can be our loved ones.

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Post by sherry alubi » 21 Jan 2019, 02:47

she writes about the natural herbs that her father used to help patients but is opposed by prominent scientist keeping this remedies from reaching peolple who need them. As a result transforming the relationship between a father and a daughter who sworn on her fathers deathbedshe embarks on making them avalable . overall she fails to give a comprehensive arguement to show that her father did find a natural cure.
For me i will give it a 4 star.

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Post by Calypso Terrier » 21 Jan 2019, 19:12

This book is very interesting, and I like how it had a lot of research that went into it.

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Post by Calypso Terrier » 21 Jan 2019, 19:14

When I started reading this book, I was interested in the topic. But as the book went on, my interested waned and the book started to bore me. I think this book is better suited for scientists instead of everyday readers.

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Post by Calypso Terrier » 21 Jan 2019, 19:19

I like how this book took both a personal and scientific approach to the story.

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Post by bauer_ve » 22 Jan 2019, 14:04

From what I read in the free sample, I give this book 4 out of 4 stars. I haven’t personally dealt with a family member having cancer but my grandmother has Alzheimer’s so I can relate to the heartache of someone close to you being ill. You can tell the information is very well researched but there is also the personal touch with stories about the father

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Post by Zora C Penter » 24 Jan 2019, 12:36

bauer_ve wrote:
22 Jan 2019, 14:04
From what I read in the free sample, I give this book 4 out of 4 stars. I haven’t personally dealt with a family member having cancer but my grandmother has Alzheimer’s so I can relate to the heartache of someone close to you being ill. You can tell the information is very well researched but there is also the personal touch with stories about the father
Interestingly, some of the extracts that Beljanski discovered not only help with cancer, but AIDS and Alzheimer's symptoms as well.

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Post by rubinelli » 24 Jan 2019, 15:29

I really loved this book. Not only am I very interested in the science, but I also found the author's personal story to be very inspiring. I couldn't put down the book. I can definitely see Beljanski's research revolutionizing the health care field in the future.

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Post by Rose Harebate » 25 Jan 2019, 05:34

Due to a lot od research done by the author, I found the book interesting. And the story about her father was appealing. The book gets 4 stars from me.

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Post by Hannahberry » 26 Jan 2019, 14:20

Ruba Abu Ali wrote:
01 Jan 2019, 10:09
This is a perfect score read. What makes it stand out is its evidence-based approach, and the well-researched information.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts! I think I'll give this a read

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Post by skindrukas » 26 Jan 2019, 15:45

Reading the book sample made me curious. I've heard about people that cured their cancer somehow, naturally. But so far I don't know what to think about that. I want to believe that it's possible, but having experience with weird illnesses and a lot of experiments of my own, I find it extremely hard. And yet, I believe every time because there is no option not to :)
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Post by ShailaSheshadri » 27 Jan 2019, 03:35

I liked the sample. This book is well-researched and informative on cancer.

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Post by Balazon2000 » 28 Jan 2019, 12:49

I appreciate when the author included anecdotal information to support the scientific premise of the book.

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Post by Ttarantelli » 30 Jan 2019, 09:27

Just started this book. There is a lot of of information, but seems to be written in a calming style. So far, I give it 4 stars!

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