http://bp0.blogger.com/_kt3_yVgeCWY/R4mZr4Te6II/AAAAAAAAAAM/rzIWL3xhV9c/s1600-h/TDWCCdustjacket.jpg For Your Average Genius: Emanuel Revici, M.D., The Doctor Who Cures Cancer

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Emanuel Revici, M.D., The Doctor Who Cures Cancer



Just Who Was Dr. Emanuel Revici?
The Incredible Story Of A
Remarkable Medical Researcher
Dr. Emanuel Revici, M.D. Dr. Emanuel Revici


To do it right, a proper Revici biography would span several volumes. He was born in Romania in 1896 and lived to be 101 years old!

Most who knew him considered him a towering genius. Even Albert Einstein was reported to have referred to him as the "greatest mind he'd ever come across in his lifetime." (See p. 20, 80-81.)

His career began in World War I, while serving as the youngest lieutenant to be in command of a medical brigade and winning a medal for bravery...

...to graduating top of his class at the University of Bucharest, and becoming the youngest to ever serve on the Faculty of Medicine...

...to his early cancer research at major medical centers throughout Europe, including the prestigious Pasteur Institute...

...to his remarkable early successes in battling cancer while living in Paris in the late 1930s...

...to his harrowing escape from the Nazis, who were after him because of his medical aid to the French Resistance...

...to setting up a new cancer research clinic in Mexico City for the duration of the war where he had many of his early successes...

...to his eventual move to New York City, where he founded his second cancer research institute. (Part I of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer tells only the highlights of his colorful life.)

"His lifework is a rich vein of gold waiting to be mined."

Dwight L. McKee, M.D.

"Revici is a fountain of ideas that could keep an entire graduating medical class busy for the rest of their lives."

Arnold Cronk, M.D.
Former Sr. Medical Scientist
Johnson & Johnson


Throughout his 74-year career, Revici's entire focus was on cancer research. Although many of his discoveries had profound implications in other areas of medical and scientific disciplines, as well.

One notable scientist counted 113 new scientific discoveries and at least 7 or 8 that could have won him the Nobel Prize had he better connections and more mainstream support. (You'll learn more about his amazing discoveries in Part II of the book.)

Whether you have stage 1, stage 2, stage 3 or stage 4 cancer, you'll want to get your hands on this book.

The best to you.

Kelley Eidem
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Kelley Eidem is the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and It's Not Just For Sex.
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