2 edition of Directory of cancer care. found in the catalog.
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While the title of this book is about the development of laetrile (i.e. Vitamin B17) and its use against cancer, roughly half of the book is about the history of the politics of cancer. While the medical history sections in this book are not as large as the other books, it is still a must-have book.
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