Canton, OH (PRWEB) September 01, 2011
The battle for cancer continues. Cancer centers and research facilities are increasing worldwide with the same goal – the search for the miracle cure of this notorious disease. In The 100% Cure, a debut medical novel by author Edward DeHaas, MD, this theme comes to life.
Partly based on real happenings in the author’s life, this provocative narrative is about a medical doctor who, worn out from emergency medicine, opens a cancer-research clinic for the wealthy. He invites his friends to join him in his endeavor and together, they open Harry Thorndike Cancer Research Foundation, named after their generous benefactor. Along the way, readers will discover Dr. Ed and his friends’ amusing, heartwarming, and informative encounters as they deal with rich patients, expand their staff, face disasters, and entertain Safety and Health Administration Inspectors.
Written much in the Grisham style, The 100% Cure contains controversial, historical and humorous lines throughout the text. Anyone who works in the medical field will be interested in this book because much of what is said is what they may believe, but are afraid to tell.
“This is now my favorite novel.”—Erin Jones
“It seems so true.”—Wayne Johnson
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About the Author
Edward DeHaas, MD was born in Salem, Ohio, in 1940. He has traveled to many places in the world, been to war in Vietnam, has a Purple Heart, been married three times, graduated from Ohio State Medical School, worked in emergency rooms for many years, attended law school, and worked on American Indian reservations, among many other things, including three years in prison at Morgantown, West Virginia. Currently retired, he now ventures into the world of writing.
The 100% Cure * by Edward DeHaas, MD
Publication Date: August 29, 2011
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