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The First Cell: And the Human Costs of Pursuing Cancer to the Last Read ¶ 0 ✓ [Read] ➵ The First Cell: And the Human Costs of Pursuing Cancer to the Last By Azra Raza – Eyltransferservices.co.uk With the fascinating scholarship of The Emperor of All Maladies and the deeply personal experiencAza offers a searing account of how both medicine and our First Cell And the Human Kindle society mistreats cancer how we can do better and why we must A lyrical journey from hope to despair and back again The First Cell explores The First PDFEPUBcancer from every angle medical scientific cultural and per. This excellent book by a leading oncology researcher and physician makes the argument that the strategy of searching for the last cancer cell in the body and eliminating it has not resulted in much progress since the war on cancer was declared in the early 1970s under the Nixon administration in America Instead with all the new tools at our disposal perhaps we should be focusing on early detection and looking for the first cancer cells in the body It is a scientific argument persuasively and elouently made through detailed explanations of the relevant science accompanied by the poignant stories of a number of patients under the author's care including her own husband who eventually died of the disease If you have an interest and who doesn't in how cancer is treated you must read this book You will learn a great deal from it and not just about cancer

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Cell And PDFEPUB #236 With the fascinating scholarship of The Emperor of All Maladies and the deeply personal experience of When Breath Becomes Air a world class oncologist examines the current state of cancer and its devastating impact on the individuals it affects including herselfIn The First Cell Azra R. I got this book by chance It was a random choice from suggestionsAnd I could t be positively surprised The author writes with her heart Her words resonate long after you finished a paragraph or a chapter Feels like she is talking to you personally with the kindness of a mother explaining things to a childNo her style is not saccharin on a page She talks from a position of a professional and researcher in the field someone who witness suffering and joy Someone who has been beaten but refuses to give up the fightSaying too much will spoil the joy of reading the book I can only say that I received the book today and I finished within hours Her messages is powerful

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The First Cell And the Human Costs of Pursuing Cancer to the LastSonal Indeed Raza describes how she bore the terrible burden of being her own husbands oncologist as he succumbed to leukemia Like When Breath Becomes Air The First Cell is no ordinary book of medicine but a book of wisdom and grace by an author who has devoted her life to making the unbearable easier to be. Timely critiue of the idea that modern medicine is progressing slowly but surely towards solving all our health problems Injects notes of real tragedy and pathos informed by literature especially poetry into the discourse around curing cancer Moving stories of patients and the author's own husband succumbing to the disease Recommended for all