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One Physician's Quest
An unprecedented contribution by a
distinguished physician... with numerous original
observations about causation and prevention of major
public health problems.
Andrew Rifkin, Publisher, Nutrition Health Review.
This book condenses a "professional
labor of love" pursued over half a century by a
corporate-neutral doctor and independent researcher. Its
essence: protecting the population from serious -- and
largely unrecognized -- threats. They entail
environmental exposures, medical hazards, and public
health /bureaucratic misventures.
These revelations address the toxicity
of many common products, the puzzling evolution of major
afflictions such as Alzheimer's disease, and other
contemporary health issues. Examples include the
widespread use of insufficiently-tested drugs and
additives, the mandated fluoridation of public drinking
water, the casual intake of excessive vitamin E and iron
supplements, the long term consequence of
vasectomy, and the reflexive prescription of potent
drugs to lower blood cholesterol.
Using a minimum of medicalese, coupled
with humanism, Dr. Roberts provides sensible measures
and recommendations aimed at avoiding or minimizing