Dr Jan Adams Addresses the Death of Donda West in a New Book: What I Know, and the Press Isn't Telling

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Dr. Jan Adams, in his new book, candidly addresses the issues surrounding the death of Donda West. The ultimate insider gives an interesting analysis of the press and why they got it wrong; who's ultimately responsible for Ms. West's death and how that information was hidden from the public; and the only explanation of the Coroner's report that gets to the truth. Get the scoop straight from the doctor who has appeared on 'Oprah', "Sally", and "Extra". Learn why he was chosen to host such television shows as "The Other Half" on NBC, "Cosmetic Surgery Live" in the UK, and "Plastic Surgery: Before and After" on Discovery Health.

What I Know, and the press isn't telling; The Truth behind the Death of Donda West

Dr. Jan Adams to release "What I Know, and the press isn't telling; The Truth behind the Death of Donda West". The book examines the issues surrounding her death, the accuracy of stories presented in the press, who's really responsible, and why the public never heard the truth. The facts are documented and falsehoods are exposed. Dr. Jan demonstrates a working knowledge of the press, what motivates journalists, and why they got it wrong. There is expert analysis of the coroner's report, and a journey through the medical jargon that presents the chain of events leading to her death in everyday language.

ON THE PRESS:
"... (Harvey ) Levin ended up on "Larry King Live" and without a story to peddle he made one up. Larry King asked, "Harvey, What do we know?" Levin replied, "Well, we know a lot; we know the surgery took eight (8) hours which already tells you there was a problem." But now we have the Coroner's report and not just Harvey's word: THE OPERATION TOOK FIVE AND ONE-HALF HOURS, NOT EIGHT. Harvey was wrong. Where was Harvey getting his information? He was not getting it from me, the surgeon, as he was leading Larry King and his viewers to believe..."

"...(the press) want the angle to the story that no other journalist can get, and that is where the problem lies. The pressure to be first, the desire to be the one one who defines the issue, and the need to be recognized for that, serve to create an enviornment where the journalist can find himself creating a story and not merely reporting the story..."

ON WHO'S ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE:
"... he reported to the coroner's investigator that "he received a telephone call on the day of surgery from the decedent's friend who was concerned that she was not waking up soon enough after surgery, so he responded to the surgery center... that statement is not only misleading and a flat out lie, it is a bit too casual. He is not a concerned bystander in this matter. He is very much an active participant. He was responsible for..."

ON THE LAWYER'S:
"...I never really understood why they, the litigation attorneys for the estate of Donda West ,went to such lengths to keep me from telling my side. I have discussed it with a number of attorneys, and anything I said could have ultimately been reviewed by them and used against me in a court of law. They didn't want me talking because they knew the truth from the start..."

"...rather than making inappropriate threats and accusations against me, I suggest that you concentrate on how to eventually explain to your client that the person most responsible for his mother's death, is sitting in the room with you..."

Be one of the first to get the scoop straight from the doctor who has appeared on "Oprah", "Sally", and "Extra". Learn why he was chosen to host such television shows as "The Other Half" on NBC, "Cosmetic Surgery Live" in the UK, and "Plastic Surgery: Before and After" on the Discovery Health Channel. What I Know, and the press isn't telling; advanced copies available March 6, 2009, at Atlas Books.

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