The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13
Re: Soy, Type A, and Final Vocabularies
Posted By: Marilyn Lloyd
In Response To: Soy, Type A, and Final Vocabularies (Peter D'Adamo)
Thank you for your answer on behalf of all us breast cancer survivors. I really believe that anyone with that diagnosis should be handed your book by a friend especially if they are type A. The irony here is that I have had women tell me, "it scared me too much." My answer to them has always been this: "Yes what Dr. D'Adamo writes about type A and breast cancer is scary, but if you stop to think about it, by understanding the subject so well as to write about it, he knows more about breast cancer and how it affects the body more than most doctors in the entire country."
I appreciate your indepth answers to all the concerns I stated. Frankly, I can't wait to study that new book.
Lastly, what I find so hard to understand is why many doctors just don't appreciate the ironies in medicine. That's why they fight so against change. I on the other hand believe Emily Dickinson: "Not knowing when the dawn shall come, I open every door." Marilyn Lloyd
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Marilyn Lloyd -- Wednesday, 26 January 2000, at 2:52 p.m.
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