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Described as "one of the few scientists who has achieved a breakthrough understanding of health and disease," Raymond Francis draws deeply from his years of personal experience and professional training. A chemist and a graduate of MIT, Raymond exposes the truth about why the conventional approaches to health and disease aren't working. In The Health Hoax, Francis blends w Described as "one of the few scientists who has achieved a breakthrough understanding of health and disease," Raymond Francis draws deeply from his years of personal experience and professional training. A chemist and a graduate of MIT, Raymond exposes the truth about why the conventional approaches to health and disease aren't working. In The Health Hoax, Francis blends wisdom from his previous books with new information and research, then he pulls out all the stops and creates a simple roadmap to health so that you can get well, stay well and never be sick again. Francis believes that, through education, we can put an end to the epidemic of chronic disease while providing a solution to the biggest social and economic problem of this century—the costs of global aging. In The Health Hoax, Francis exposes the truth about how to stay healthy and introduces us to a way of life that can become a "highway to health", while he quite effectively demonstrates that we really don't have to be sick. Then, he reminds us that not only is there absolutely no fun in being sick, but we are going broke trying to pay the cost. Francis realizes that the only solution for individuals and society as a whole is to maintain health. But health is a solution that we must choose, and once we make that choice, we must learn how to achieve it. Fortunately, learning how to be healthy has never been easier—The Health Hoax makes it simple. Because the human organism is a magnificent self-regulating, self-repairing system, it is capable of being completely functional and in excellent health for well over 100 years of vital, productive life. We are the sum of everything that goes into our system – it is our job to support it. When we make the choice to properly care for ourselves, our bodies will reward us with the gift of good health and long life. All we need is a tool to help us master the elements of health that are the most important. This book is that tool. It will empower you to choose health and never be sick again!


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Described as "one of the few scientists who has achieved a breakthrough understanding of health and disease," Raymond Francis draws deeply from his years of personal experience and professional training. A chemist and a graduate of MIT, Raymond exposes the truth about why the conventional approaches to health and disease aren't working. In The Health Hoax, Francis blends w Described as "one of the few scientists who has achieved a breakthrough understanding of health and disease," Raymond Francis draws deeply from his years of personal experience and professional training. A chemist and a graduate of MIT, Raymond exposes the truth about why the conventional approaches to health and disease aren't working. In The Health Hoax, Francis blends wisdom from his previous books with new information and research, then he pulls out all the stops and creates a simple roadmap to health so that you can get well, stay well and never be sick again. Francis believes that, through education, we can put an end to the epidemic of chronic disease while providing a solution to the biggest social and economic problem of this century—the costs of global aging. In The Health Hoax, Francis exposes the truth about how to stay healthy and introduces us to a way of life that can become a "highway to health", while he quite effectively demonstrates that we really don't have to be sick. Then, he reminds us that not only is there absolutely no fun in being sick, but we are going broke trying to pay the cost. Francis realizes that the only solution for individuals and society as a whole is to maintain health. But health is a solution that we must choose, and once we make that choice, we must learn how to achieve it. Fortunately, learning how to be healthy has never been easier—The Health Hoax makes it simple. Because the human organism is a magnificent self-regulating, self-repairing system, it is capable of being completely functional and in excellent health for well over 100 years of vital, productive life. We are the sum of everything that goes into our system – it is our job to support it. When we make the choice to properly care for ourselves, our bodies will reward us with the gift of good health and long life. All we need is a tool to help us master the elements of health that are the most important. This book is that tool. It will empower you to choose health and never be sick again!

30 review for The Great American Health Hoax: The Surprising Truth About How Modern Medicine Keeps You Sick—How to Choose a Healthier, Happier, and Disease-Free Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    AJ

    I thought this was going to be one of those delightful diatribes against Big Pharma and how we have some tools to help ourselves move forward to a healthy life without necessarily using medications. This isn't that book. This is a book I would categorize as more accurately being fiction. Here's a story. The author of this book almost died. Then he took a lot of vitamin C and wound up inventing all sorts of strategies that helped him lead a healthy life, of which he is selling in this book. He doe I thought this was going to be one of those delightful diatribes against Big Pharma and how we have some tools to help ourselves move forward to a healthy life without necessarily using medications. This isn't that book. This is a book I would categorize as more accurately being fiction. Here's a story. The author of this book almost died. Then he took a lot of vitamin C and wound up inventing all sorts of strategies that helped him lead a healthy life, of which he is selling in this book. He does not believe in conventional medicine. Here's another story. I know a doctor. One of his patients had leukemia, and this patient decided to go to Indiana and seek "alternative medicine" practices rather than get chemo. The patient died within a matter of months. See what those are? Two stories. Two people's lives. Neither one is definitively pointing toward a certain type of medical practice being accurate. They are anecdotes. in order to determine what medical remedies are effective, you need to do scientific research. Unfortunately, this book has no scientific research between its covers, whatsoever. In fact, this book really should come with a gigantic [CITATION NEEDED] pinned to the cover. I'm just going to go through a few of the more egregious points in this book. By the last few chapters, hate reading was no longer enjoyable, so I just skimmed, and probably missed a few gems, for which I don't really apologize, because I have better things to do with my life. Pg. 13: "[M]edical intervention is a major cause of disease and the leading cause of death in America." ORLY? Actually, according to the CDC, the leading cause of death in the United States is heart disease. And, according to the CDC, "Complications of medical and surgical care" leads to only 2,768 deaths per year, or about a TENTH of a percent. Heart disease causes 25% of deaths in the US every year. Pg. 16: "[T]here is only one diesase and... symptoms are not important." (emphasis original) Cool. I'll go treat my cough with an antiemetic if it makes no difference. And next time I go to my doctor's office for allergies I won't tell her my symptoms, because they're clearly not important for the type of treatment I should get. My doctor will just automatically know that, of course. She'll actually kick me out of the office and tell me to go make better life choices, or I wouldn't have gotten sick in the first place (see below). Pg. 17: "[My physician] prescribed an antibiotic called metronidazole, which is known to be toxic to the liver." According to the NIH: "Despite the wide use of metronidazole, only rare cases of hepatoxicity have been reported." BOOM. Pg. 24: "[I]t [his "healthy" living system] gives you the power of choice to never get sick again." AWESOME! Now that I'm a superhero, I would like a cape and my own TV show. Kthx. Pg. 29: "We make ourselves sick by making bad choices." Cool. Please tell that to the women who worked for the Radium Dial Company. Please tell that to the people who had the bad luck of living in Hinkley, California, when PG&E allowed hexavalent chromium to contaminate the water. Or the residents of Libby, Montana, who were exposed to asbestos as a result of the W. R. Grace corporation. Or to, you know, people who get sick in general, because nobody wants to get sick. But shit happens. Victim blaming doesn't help anybody. Pg. 33: "New problems arise because prescription drugs work by poisoning the body." Actually, no. You know what does poison bodies? Infections. Which can be cured by prescription antibiotics. Pg. 39: "Contrary to popular opinion, germs do not cause disease. Unless you experience massive exposure, you have to already be sick or injured in order to develop an infection." I don't know what "massive exposure" means, but sure, tell that to healthy kids who died from polio, which, by the way, is a virus. Viruses are generally lumped into the category of "germ" that also includes bacteria. There are like ten thousand other examples I can use here. The fact that germs cause disease was such a profound benefit to medical science that it changed the way we do medicine and saved countless lives. I recommend that the author never wash his hands after using the bathroom, and see how well that works out for him. Pg. 42: "Invariably, people suffering from disease have made poor choices (if unknowingly) and caused their own illness. In the case of sick children, the parents have made the poor choices." SO CRUEL AND SO NOT TRUE Pg. 47 the author finally comes out as an anti-vaxxer Awesome. I would have loved to have gotten MORE diseases as a child if I hadn't been vaccinated (thanks mom and dad, my vaccines are awesome and I love them). It would have been so much fun to get any one of these potentially life-threatening diseases, that I was immune to instead: polio, pertussis, measles, rubella, mumps, etc. Although, if my parents hadn't vaccinated me, I guess I could have blamed my illness on their poor choice (not to vaccinate me). Hmmmm..... Pg. 55: "Our overconsumption of fructose is causing myriad health problems..." Pg. 57: "The average American's diet... lacks antioxidant and other anti-inflammatory nutrients found especially in fruits and vegetables." Do you know why fructose is called FRUcTose? Hint, it has to do with the fact that it's prevalent in fruits. Do you want me to stop eating fructose or eat more fruits? Because those aren't congruent with each other. Pg. 60: "Virtually all degenerative diseases... are associated with excess acidity [low pH]." [CITATION NEEDED]. Also, for somebody who claims to know about "science" and claims that the medical establishment doesn't "use science" (again, citation needed), he should really become informed that correlation does not equal causation. Pg. 68: "[T]aking an antibiotic even once can damage your health for the remainder of your life." (emphasis original) OR, the antibiotic could literally save your life. Your choice. Also, no, they generally don't damage people's health for the rest of their lives. Again, [CITATION NEEDED]. Pg. 76: [O]verweight is a serious chronic disease caused by a malfunction in fat storage regulation." OR, we could just naturally have a diversity of body sizes (as we do with height), all of which may or may not be perfectly healthy, but none of which is a disease. Technically, the term "over" means above the average. Which means that by default 50% of all humans are going to be "over" the average, and thus automatically be diseased by definition. Body sizes aren't diseases. And there are so many studies that have shown that, and shown that our obsession with "obesity" is ill-informed and hurtful. Dieting actually causes poorer health outcomes than not dieting. Also it leads to weight gain. Science. Pg. 77: "If you are overweight, your life expectancy is reduced." Except for, you know, all of the scientific studies that say the complete opposite. But who cares about science? Pg. 125: "Cooking destroys nutrients and creates toxins." Except when it doesn't. Please look at me with a straight face and tell me humanity would have made it where we have without the invention of fire. Which was used to cook food, among other things. Pg. 151: "Eat organically produced food. Chose to use safe household cleaning products, personal care products, pillows, mattresses, carpets, building materials, and paints. Use air filters and water filters in your home. Avoid prescription drugs." Cool. I guess that means that only wealthy people can "choose" to be healthy. Because I can't "choose" to rebuild the apartment I live in with all of that organic stuff, and I certainly wouldn't be able to afford it anyway. Also, good luck "curing" your diabetes by not taking your prescription insulin. I guess if I get stung by a bee I should "avoid" using an epi-pen? That could be fun. Pg. 169: "Drugs are extremely toxic and almost always unnecessary." Again, except for when they save your life, or when they allow you to LIVE your life. Pg. 169: "In fact, properly prescribed drugs are the third-leading cause of death in the United States." And exactly 4 seconds of Googling the CDC website led me to discover that the third leading cause of death in the US is chronic lower respiratory diseases. Man, that was a lot of effort. Pg. 182: "To overcome a serious disease like cancer, it is usually necessary to continue through a series of fasts to remove all the tumor tissue." Firstly, [CITATION NEEDED]. Secondly, you know what else can help with cancer? Surgery, chemo, radiation treatments, medication. Some cancers are more treatable than others. It has nothing to do with choice. Cancer sucks, people get it, and there isn't a hell of a lot we can do, other than use the tools that medical science has to offer. And we can thank the countless medical researchers out there trying to come up with new tools that can make this battle easier in the future. Pg. 193-194: "You have to live [life], and when life is filled with pain, sorrow, and disappointment, you can still choose to be happy regardless of the circumstances." I was waiting for him to debunk mental illness!! I love it when people tell me to just "choose" to be happy, as if it were a choice. Actually, it isn't, and depression sucks. If people could "choose" to be happy, if it were truly that simple, NOBODY would have depression. End of story. I'm just glad this guy isn't a psychologist. (Also, that means he's really not in a position to make a bullshit statement such as the above.) Pg. 225: "You Control Your Genes" AWESOME! I didn't realize I chose my parents! Cool fact, bro. Pg. 264: "[S]urgery does not solve disease problems. Except for people whose cancers have gone into remission after being surgically removed. Or for people whose lives are saved by heart bypass operations, or appendectomies, or for people who have internal organ damage or brain trauma. Miscellaneous observations - The author completely rips apart medicine in the first few chapters and goes on and on about how there's supposedly no "science" behind it. (Which is, in fact, bullshit.) Later on in the book, however, he suggests you get your vitamin levels checked with a blood test. Guess where I have to go to do that? A medical lab. And guess who looks at the results? A doctor. And guess how they know what the "normal" ranges of vitamin levels are in my blood? Science. - The author is against fluoridated water, chlorinated water (I guess we should have bacteria-laden water instead?), NSAIDs (such as advil and naproxen), vaccines, BC (I'm going to guess he's also the kind of douchebag who thinks that women have too many kids), and antibiotics, to name just a few. - He claims that endocrine disrupting chemicals are a problem. I agree 100%. I actually agree like 200%. However, I don't choose to put them in consumer products, corporations do, and they're not required to disclose this fact. So how can I avoid things that I'm not told are present in things that I may purchase? Please, do not blame individuals for being exposed to EDCs. Blame the system of capitalism we have where corporations are allowed to use us as guinea pigs in order for them to reap profits. And the "solution" of buying only organic, no cans, etc, is really inaccessible to the majority of the population. Limited exposure to harmful chemicals should not be the privilege of the wealthy. This is a social justice problem, not a problem of personal choice. - Then at the end of the book, after having railed against EDCs, he says that you need to get your mercury fillings replaced. "Fortunately, plastic composites are now used extensively in place of mercury fillings." (pg. 270) Hey, you know what plastic composites are made out of? BPA! Sweet! Both of these options suck, and it's not the fault of people who have fillings that our options are so severely limited. - His dietary restrictions are beyond belief. He claims that sugar is a "deadly toxin" (pg. 85), but it's in virtually every fruit on the planet. It's also in some vegetables and other foods as well. I had a strawberry this morning and last I checked, I'm still breathing. He also talks about eliminating glutamates from my diet. Guess I have to stop eating peas, potatoes, tomatoes, kombu, soy sauce, cheese and seafood. Glutamate is a naturally occurring protein. MSG is another story, but he didn't go there. - He quotes William Osler, MD, who was alive between 1849 and 1919. The Osler quote is "The person who takes medicine must recover twice, once from the disease and once from the medicine." If I lived during the times of Osler, I'm sure I would have agreed, as the Pure Food and Drug Act wasn't passed until 1906, and there were disgusting problems with patent medications. Sure. Meds today still have awful side effects at times, and sometimes Big Pharma covers them up. But that's not the story sold in this book. - The author prescribes: exercise (OK, I think a lot of people can agree with that one, but it's very unhelpful for people who are mobility impaired, and we should have other tools of health to offer them if they so desire); breathing (duly noted); sunlight (I'll keep that in mind in February when there are only 8 hours of sun and it's -5F outside.) - The author says to get a lot of sunlight, but a few paragraphs later says to limit electromagnetic (EM) field exposure. Okay. All EM fields? Because light is an electromagnetic field. Be consistent dude. - The author also says to avoid power lines, wifi, and cell phones. Cool. I'll move to the country and communicate via hand written letters send through the mail. I'm sure my boss will be OK with the fact that I can't go into the office because there's wifi in there, and that I can't Skype or participate in any business meetings. So. Basically people can't go to public libraries, coffee shops, grocery stores, the houses or apartments of friends and family, most workplaces in the US, etc. Sounds reasonable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    DAVID WINDEN

    Best book have ever read. This book should be mandatory reading in every school. I am excited. I will be 81 in June. Looking forward to healthy 18 or 20 more. We need to contact every family member and friend and give them a copy Also I hope that we can all recommend this to all our political representatives. Including our current president Trump. I hope he has read this and he should the government a pass law to include this as mandatory reading in every medical school. I will be starting with my Best book have ever read. This book should be mandatory reading in every school. I am excited. I will be 81 in June. Looking forward to healthy 18 or 20 more. We need to contact every family member and friend and give them a copy Also I hope that we can all recommend this to all our political representatives. Including our current president Trump. I hope he has read this and he should the government a pass law to include this as mandatory reading in every medical school. I will be starting with my brother tomorrow.All so my children. Also is there a discount for 50 or more books. We could also look at what Germany is doing to educate their people on their health.We need to start today.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mark DeGange

    This book has a wealth of wisdom on the most cutting edge knowledge of living healthy. From foods, to cleaning products to household goods he breaks it down and backs it up with solid research. At times I said, enough, no more doctor this doctor that to substantiate his views. I get it: He is trying to educate. And he wants the FDA, AMA, and any other legitimizing body to recognize the validity of what he is saying. In the end, you need to read this more than once and take notes and then see what This book has a wealth of wisdom on the most cutting edge knowledge of living healthy. From foods, to cleaning products to household goods he breaks it down and backs it up with solid research. At times I said, enough, no more doctor this doctor that to substantiate his views. I get it: He is trying to educate. And he wants the FDA, AMA, and any other legitimizing body to recognize the validity of what he is saying. In the end, you need to read this more than once and take notes and then see what needs to be incorporated into your lifestyle.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Misha Fredericks

    I was disappointed. About 95% of the information in this book I knew 2 decades ago. Nothing new here and the author's website where he sells Vitamin C 250 caps for $75 was really ridiculous. Seems to me another person trying to make a buck off of old knowledge and hoaxing people into spending ridiculous sums of $ on their special supplements promising health. I was disappointed. About 95% of the information in this book I knew 2 decades ago. Nothing new here and the author's website where he sells Vitamin C 250 caps for $75 was really ridiculous. Seems to me another person trying to make a buck off of old knowledge and hoaxing people into spending ridiculous sums of $ on their special supplements promising health.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Skeetor

    I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. The author, Raymond Francis, was near death at the early age of 48 from liver failure caused by prescribed drugs. He used his knowledge of biochemistry to heal himself and wants to share what he learned with everyone. He feels the current system of health care is inept and even dangerous and that the best way to stay healthy is to prevent sickness. He believes that all the different labeled diseases are really only one “disease”, that is I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. The author, Raymond Francis, was near death at the early age of 48 from liver failure caused by prescribed drugs. He used his knowledge of biochemistry to heal himself and wants to share what he learned with everyone. He feels the current system of health care is inept and even dangerous and that the best way to stay healthy is to prevent sickness. He believes that all the different labeled diseases are really only one “disease”, that is, malfunctioning cells. Further, he explains, there are only two reasons for cells to malfunction: deficiency and toxicity. Therefore, if you give cells what they need and protect them from harmful elements, you will be healthy. At any time we may be heading toward health or heading toward disease along six “pathways” he has envisioned: nutrition, toxin, mental, physical, genetic and medical. The choice of which direction we move on any of these pathways is ours. There is a lot of good advice in this book, however, some of the chapters are a overly repetitive and I was disheartened from the frequent references throughout the book to the vitamin/health company he founded (infomercial-like).

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Breightmyer

    I'll start this review with my story. I had an autoimmune disease, ankylosing spondylitis, Had! Raymond Francis gave me my life back. Almost crippled with arthritis of the spine,(ankylosing spondylitis), the take on disease is a simple idea. One disease, two causes, six pathways to heal yourself. I followed this book to the letter. I started feeling better in a month. Progress was steady,and that helped me to stay with it. Fast forward to now and I weigh 155. no pain whatsoever! I'm 56 years old I'll start this review with my story. I had an autoimmune disease, ankylosing spondylitis, Had! Raymond Francis gave me my life back. Almost crippled with arthritis of the spine,(ankylosing spondylitis), the take on disease is a simple idea. One disease, two causes, six pathways to heal yourself. I followed this book to the letter. I started feeling better in a month. Progress was steady,and that helped me to stay with it. Fast forward to now and I weigh 155. no pain whatsoever! I'm 56 years old now and can do anything I like. I've been doing the lifestyle change for two and a half years now. Is it hard, absolutely. Is it worth it. You bet your life it is. This book explains how and why we age so poorly. The good news is we don't have to. I know I'm good to go for a long time coming. Oh I forgot to tell you that I lost 80 pounds of fat eating right.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sudha Maheswari

    Must read for good health, disease free life. Six pathways , is simple to follow. Toxins has been well identified. Charts are educative, should have been properly displayed on kindle.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ietrio

    Given the cover without aliens, I though this would be a book about the powerful medical guild and its one-size-fits-all decisions. Instead it is a witch doctor giving you a take on his kind of shamanism.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Yaser Had

    This is the greatest book he ever provided. I enjoy his talks and tips on Youtube as well.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Johnnyclock

    Very informative without getting too technical; well written on the whole.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gabby-Lily Raines

    While the book was an interesting read, and certainly gave food for thought, there are things I would need to check out more before saying "aye" or "nay". While the book was an interesting read, and certainly gave food for thought, there are things I would need to check out more before saying "aye" or "nay".

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kelvin Duncan

    Great book! Interesting and well written! Interesting chapter titles. I will probably read it again just to sure I didn't miss anything. Great book! Interesting and well written! Interesting chapter titles. I will probably read it again just to sure I didn't miss anything.

  13. 5 out of 5

    John Ison

    Warning! You may find this book deeply disturbing and you may never eat or drink again. The author devotes the majority of the book setting out how almost everything we eat or drink today is destroying our health. Here is a (very) partial list of the foods we should almost never consume: tap water; grains (especially wheat); processed foods; vegetable oils (except organic olive oil); sugar (except in fruit in low quantities); salt; anything packaged or stored in plastic; meat (except organic gr Warning! You may find this book deeply disturbing and you may never eat or drink again. The author devotes the majority of the book setting out how almost everything we eat or drink today is destroying our health. Here is a (very) partial list of the foods we should almost never consume: tap water; grains (especially wheat); processed foods; vegetable oils (except organic olive oil); sugar (except in fruit in low quantities); salt; anything packaged or stored in plastic; meat (except organic grass fed and only occasionally in small quantities); foods stored for more than a day or two; foods cooked at high heat or blackened or caramelized; all dairy products (yogurt too); farmed fish and seafood and many wild fish; baked goods; bread; any GMO product, vaccinations and most supplements. He sets out in great detail how these foods create havoc with our cell structures and cell reproductive capabilities that in turn leads to a long list of ailments and chronic diseases, such as MS, dementia, Parkinsons, ADHD, allergies and many more. Since even these modern foods have lost much of their nutrient value, you must supplement them with massive quantities of supplements; however, most supplements found in normal stores are compromised with toxins. Hmm. So, what is left? Fresh organic fruits, vegetables and legumes, preferably raw; organic meat or wild fish in small quantities once a week or so. Mr. French’s warnings go far beyond foods to packaging, cosmetics, prescription drugs, clothing, automobiles, air pollution, sun screen, furniture. I suspect there is a great deal of truth in this treatise; however, it is overwhelming and its tone is close to hysteria. As a practical guide to improving one’s health, it is of little value.

  14. 4 out of 5

    J Earl

    The Great American Health Hoax by Raymond Francis is a dangerous book. Not for the medical community, which certainly has plenty of problems, but for those who are suffering and are unsure whether to follow a doctor's treatment plan. This book does offer a couple of useful suggestions for helping a person stay healthy longer, but the hyperbole with which Francis makes these suggestions is doing more harm than good. He claims you "will have the power to get well, stay well and never get sick agai The Great American Health Hoax by Raymond Francis is a dangerous book. Not for the medical community, which certainly has plenty of problems, but for those who are suffering and are unsure whether to follow a doctor's treatment plan. This book does offer a couple of useful suggestions for helping a person stay healthy longer, but the hyperbole with which Francis makes these suggestions is doing more harm than good. He claims you "will have the power to get well, stay well and never get sick again." Never get sick again? Really? Considering getting sick is often part of how our immune system battles invaders, it seems like I would want the periodic fever and sickness. And I will never get an infection from something my body has never encountered before so has no designed defense for? Really? Any valid suggestions for personal health as well as any legitimate critique of the healthcare system is devalued and lost because of his arrogance and overstatement. But I guess as long as all of his "You Never Have to ..." books keep raking in money from those keen for a conspiracy he does not care if he harms those who take his statements at face value. Reviewed from a copy made available by the publisher via LibraryThing.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Serena

    In compliance with FTC guidelines, I have received this book for free through Goodreads on Dec 31, 2014 and received the book on Mar 07, 2015. Note to self, do not enter any more giveaways from HCI Books. My Rating System: * couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again. In compliance with FTC guidelines, I have received this book for free through Goodreads on Dec 31, 2014 and received the book on Mar 07, 2015. Note to self, do not enter any more giveaways from HCI Books. My Rating System: * couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shay Leszinske

    An eye opening view on modern healhcare. Everyone should read and follow this book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Poston

  18. 4 out of 5

    Martha Estephan

  19. 4 out of 5

    Shelia

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  21. 5 out of 5

    Anne Curl

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kristy

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ilyas Labied

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mohammed Hani

  25. 4 out of 5

    Taha Boksmati

  26. 5 out of 5

    Erin

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Phillips-spira

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

  29. 5 out of 5

    faisal m.i

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nathan Wende

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