(Vocus) July 28, 2010
In his newest book, Overlooked Causes and the Prevention: Cancer, Cardiovascular Heart Disease, Multiple Sclerosis (published by AuthorHouse), author Arthur Douglass Alexander III exposes, delineates and documents the sometimes overlooked and often ignored causes of three major life-threatening and chronic diseases: cancer, cardiovascular disease and multiple sclerosis. Providing therapeutic basis for their prevention, Alexander discusses effective, lower cost alternative and complementary therapies.
Alexander points to the growing reality of cancer’s status as an epidemic, citing that one person in the U.S. dies of this disease every minute. Billions of dollars are spent on treatment without success or the promise of cure while little money is spent seeking the root cause and on preventative therapies. Overlooked Causes and the Prevention explains the reason this occurs and how the situation can be rectified. When tackling the area of cardiovascular disease, researchers in England have reported finding strange microbial bodies in the hearts of patients who have died of coronary disease. Overlooked Causes and the Prevention discusses this phenomenon and offers a treatment to prevent deaths from cardiovascular disease. By culturing these microbial bodies, researchers many have stumbled upon a vaccine. Alexander fully investigates the claims of their research, examining the role of early diagnosis of viral and bacterial factors in patients’ blood.
Lastly, Alexander covers multiple sclerosis, one of the most difficult diseases to study and to follow clinically, demonstrating the possibilities that exist with alternative orthomolecular therapies, generally unavailable in the U.S., that are more effective and well tolerated without serious toxic side effects. In a comprehensive guide, Overlooked Causes and the Prevention presents a complete discussion on diagnosing, treating and preventing these diseases.
About the Author
Arthur Douglass Alexander III graduated in 1952 from Case Institute of Technology where he majored in chemical engineering and engineering management. He later completed graduate studies in biochemistry at Cornell Medical College (Sloan-Kettering Biosciences Division). Alexander has more than 40 years experience in chemical and biological research and management activities. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Livingston Foundation for Cancer Research and Allied Diseases. Alexander is also the author of Livingston Immunotherapy.
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