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The Plague Within by Lawrence W. Gold, M.D.

The Plague WithinReviewed by Teri Davis

What can you do is you are sick, very sick? Naturally, you seek someone in the medical profession that believes and hopes to make you feel better and to lessen your symptoms. What happens though if you don’t heal or improve? Do you continue with the same doctor or do you look for a second opinion? At what point do you break with the traditional methods and look for other alternatives, even new untested possibilities?

THE PLAGUE WITHIN is a story about two doctors and two philosophies of medicine, the traditional conservative and the alternative or possibly experimental treatment.

Dr. Jack Byrnes is a traditional doctor treating his patient, Rachel Palmer, who despite caring approaches is becoming sicker each day with her family seeing her close death. Rachel’s husband believes and trusts Jack, but her mother wants to look at other possible avenues of treatment, whether they have been successful or not. Read the rest of this entry »

True Medical Detective Stories
by Clifton K. Meador, M.D.

True Medical Detective Stories Reviewed by Jud Hanson

True Medical Detective Stories by Clifton K Meador, MD, is a fascinating read. He has pulled together a truly amazing collection of medical oddities and peculiar cases into one collection that will keep the reader’s attention from start to finish. Read the rest of this entry »