We’ve been trying to cure cancer for a century, with ever-worsening odds. Had we listened to one Nobel laureate who was sidelined by the pharmaceutical industry, we may have thwarted the cancer pandemic back in the early 1920s.
And the more aggressive the cancer cells are, the more effective the grape extract works at targeting and stopping the growth.
For this doctor, the strongest lessons in patient safety didn’t come from training. They came from her mother’s death. “It was really eye opening for me to see the reality of how difficult it was to keep her safe in the hospital.”
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