By Donna M. Ivey,J. Patrick Boyer
This is the tale of Rene M. Caisse of Bracebridge, Canada and describes her awesome perseverance to acquire reliable reputation of her natural melanoma therapy she known as Essiac, her identify spelled backwards. Rene Caisse used to be thrust right into a life-long medical-legal-political controversy that also persists given that her loss of life in 1978. Rene wrestled with the Hepburn executive of Ontario over the operation of her Bracebridge melanoma health facility in the course of 1935 to 1941 and her use of Essiac. She refused to bare her mystery formulation and laws not easy the recipe compelled the last of her sanatorium. the govt. was once embroiled within the limitation of making sure their public favour and appeasing melanoma sufferers. This documented study offers a biography of a impressive girl and her fight to assist "suffering humanity."
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