The Cancer Odyssey

Discovering Truth and Inspiration on the Way to Wellness

by Margaret Brennan Bermel MBA


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Hardcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/10/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 120
ISBN : 9781456885373
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 120
ISBN : 9781456885380
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 120
ISBN : 9781456885397

About the Book

Chemotherapy is the greatest fraud ever perpetrated upon the American public. This statement must reach the public consciousness. The Big Pharma-FDA complex must be exposed as a cartel colluding, not on curing cancer, but on generating profits. Does chemotherapy work? Maybe, sometimes, with some specific cancers. But very often, it does not work. The “best weapon” used in the “war on cancer” traces its genesis to mustard gas. The cancer may die, but the collateral damage is the patient’s life. Approximately 600,000 Americans die each year ostensibly from “cancer”—but are they actually dying from treatment? A very provocative question. Bill Henderson interviews Margaret Bermel about her new book called “The Cancer Odyssey.” Bill says, "I really enjoyed your book. If everyone would read it BEFORE they get the cancer diagnosis (and go into "fear orbit"), the millions of unnecessary "cancer" deaths would end." Here is a direct link where you can listen to it or download it (plain mp3 audio file). http://webtalkradio.net/?s=bill+henderson&task=search How to Live Cancer Free – “The Cancer Odyssey” by Margaret Bermel


About the Author

Margaret Brennan Bermel lives on Long Island with her husband and cats. She graduated from Marywood U n ive r s i t y c u m laude with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Music. She is an MBA with Distinction from Hofstra University, a 1st Degree Black Belt, and an avid golfer. She previously co-authored management articles published in scholarly journals, and was the corecipient of the Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior Journal ‘Distinguished Paper’ award in 1985. She is an ordinary person who was called upon to do the extraordinary: overcome cancer and live to tell the story.