Alternative Medicine Online

"The most effective way to start making sense of the vast array of information on the World Wide Web is to have someone sit beside you, transmit their enthusiasms and their irritations, and guide you through. This book provides that experience - it is a provocative companion to alternative medicine information on the Internet, witty and wise, and eminently practical. In this slim volume, Ralph Moss has captured the essence of surfing the Web." --Jackie Wootton, M.Ed., managing editor, Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, January, 1998

" A pre-scrutinized, time-saving sampler of what's out there that's good....Ralph Moss, Ph.D. has written another winner, his 9th, this time on a passion close to his heart: alternative medicine online....What's well worth the $12.95 price is Moss's running commentary, explicit at times, implicit at others, about what makes a good site worth watching on the Internet...I thoroughly enjoyed Moss's book and will count it among the few that I won't even consider loaning out to (derelict, non-book-returning) friends....An accurate, handy guide to some of the best offerings." --C. Barba in Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, Jan. 1998.

"Alternative Medicine Online is an excellent guide for Internet savvy practitioners and clients who seek to learn more about alternative therapies. The witty, thoughtful descriptions of these 68 Internet locations are full ov very useful information, even for the unfortunate who cannot access them on a computer." --Lynn Keegan, RN, PhD, University of Texas in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, March, 1998.

The Cancer Industry

"Libraries should acquire this, as the subject of how politics and research intersect has gained fresh interest in the age of AIDS....A classic exposé." —Library Journal

A "tough-minded update." —Publishers Weekly

" of the great works of investigative journalism and historical prescience." —The Choice

Cancer Therapy: The Independent Consumer's Guide
to Non-Toxic Treatment & Prevention

"The reader will learn the essence of every question that can be raised about cancer...Brilliant and lucid." —Alan C. Nixon, Ph.D., Past President, American Chemical Society

"Combining scholarship and readability, Moss comprehensively surveys innovative therapies. This book is a must for cancer patients and their families who want to be involved in their own treatment."—Samuel S. Epstain, M.D., Professor of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago

"Dr. Moss equitably provides the public with well-documented facts."—Henry H. Heimlich, M.D., Sc.D., President, Heimlich Institute

"For every patient who is told `There is nothing that can be done for you,' read this book."—Patrick Quillin, Ph.D., R.D., author, Healing Nutrients

"Reading Cancer Therapy is like standing on a mountaintop, surveying the entire landscape of cancer treatment. This landmark book is an incredible feat of research and reporting. It brings every product, treatment and cancer center as close as your telephone. Buy a copy for everyone you love."—Jane Heimlich, author, What Your Doctor Won't Tell You

Questioning Chemotherapy

"Questioning Chemotherapy is a masterpiece of global importance in the history of medicine. It provides a very simple, clear and indisputable panorama of facts. It is recommended reading for every doctor and in particular for every oncologist...Questioning Chemotherapy is a superb oeuvre opening the gateway for a more humane, more efficacious, and far less expensive therapy of cancer in the future."
—Hans Nieper, M.D., Hannover, Germany; Past President, The German Society of Oncology

"An authoritative and comprehensive critique, Questioning Chemotherapy is uniformly fair." —Irwin D. Bross, Ph.D., former director of biostatistics, Roswell Park Memorial Institute for Cancer Research, Buffalo, N.Y.

"This is an excellent book written by an outstanding journalist. It contains a wealth of information both on the effects and the side-effects of chemotherapy and on the current state of research. Being committed to truth and not to wishful thinking, its conclusions may be sobering, but to know them is definitely in the interest of the patients." —Ulrich Abel, Ph.D., Biostatistician, Heidelberg/Mannheim Cancer Center, Germany

"I think that Questioning Chemotherapy should be required reading for all medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists. My admiration for Moss's energy, scholarship, and courage in writing this book!" —M. Rigdon Lentz, M.D.

"For anyone who is diagnosed with breast cancer and is considering adjuvant chemotherapy, Moss's new book is a must read." —The Connection (New Jersey Breast Cancer Coalition)

"A scholarly, at times wonderfully amusing, deeply researched publication. I sincerely hope that subsequent editions will be forthcoming." —T.H.M. Stewart, M.B., Ch.B., FRCPC, Professor of Medicine, Ottawa General Hospital


An Alternative Approach to Allergies

"An Alternative Approach to Allergies details one of the great medical discoveries of our lifetime." —Marshall Mandell, M.D.

"Thought-provoking, reliable, up-to-the-minute. The latest evidence appears here." —Kirkus Reviews

"Brilliant research." —The Health Quarterly


The Cancer Syndrome

"This is a shocking, disturbing book, a muckraking book in the best sense, which should be widely read." —Baltimore Evening Sun (all emphases added)

"Moss is a very tough act. He delivers his argument with low-keyed logic and a slow, careful building-up of facts. It is this very calmness, ultimately, that gives his words their ring of commanding urgency. Riveting!" —Denver Post

"Moss brings heavy guns to bear against the cancer medical establishment....He carefully cites sources as he assembles documentation that adds up to a blistering attack." —Publishers Weekly

"Exceptionally well-written....Highly recommended." —Library Journal

A Real Choice

"Highly readable dramatization...Moss' excellent character portrayals are so engrossing that readers may not even realize how much information they are absorbing." —Booklist

"Reads like a novel." —Library Journal

"Handles the much-debated subject of breast cancer in a compassionate and informative way." —UPI

"Humanizes the subject...and continually emphasizes the important message...that breast cancer is a curable disease." —Los Angeles Times

Free Radical: Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
and the Battle Over Vitamin C

"Most vivid....a remarkable document." —Ilya Prigogine, Ph.D. (Nobel laureate)

"Totally absorbed me and I almost read it at one sitting." —James Watson, Ph.D. (Nobel laureate)

"Ralph Moss has written a very interesting book about the life of an extraordinary character....Many readers, too, will find it difficult to put the book down." —Linus Pauling, Ph.D. (Nobel laureate)

"Ralph Moss has caught Szent-Györgyi in all his dimensions. I couldn't imagine more fascinating or stimulating reading." —Norman Cousins

" absorbing book, clear-eyed, scholarly and scrupulous." —Nature

"Moss has done a remarkable job in capturing the spirit of this `free radical'...." —Science

"Excellent...Unlike most scientific biographies...Moss' book paints a very sensitive portrait of a very complex man." —Los Angeles Times

"This is a lucid portrait of an influential, sometimes self-absorbed, usually engaging figure in twentieth-century biomedicine and it merits the attention of historians." —John P. Swann (FDA), Pharmacy in History

Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D. is director of the The Moss Reports for cancer patients. Dr. Moss is the author of eleven books and three documentaries on cancer-related topics. He is or has been an advisor on alternative cancer treatments to the National Institutes of Health, the National Cancer Institute, the American Urological Association, Columbia University, the University of Texas, the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the German Society of Oncology. He wrote the first article on alternative medicine for the Encyclopedia Britannica yearbook. He is listed in Marquis Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in the East, and Who's Who in Entertainment (as a film documentarian). This Web site does not advocate any particular treatment for cancer. We urge you to always seek competent medical advice for all health problems, especially cancer. Before consulting our site please read our full Disclaimer statement.

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