Book Reviews: The Bronze Killer by Marie Wardercategories: Book, Medical Books, Medicine, Bronze Killer, Hemochromatosis Society, Phlebotomy Therapy, Bronze Diabetes, Iron Loading, Iron Overload, Transferrin Saturation, Hereditary Hemochromatosis, Hemochromatosis
Author: Marie Warder
Publisher: Dromedaris Books (originally Imperani.)
Very informativeThe bronze killer is a great book. There is more information in here than all the doctors know about. Becoming so sick from hemochromatosis is very rare and the drs are constantly telling us they don't know why my husband is so sick but reading the bronze killer it all makes sense. Now I can relax a bit more about it. [by Sarah]
I owe my life and the lives of my family to this bookI read it because I thought it was a mystery. I was sick and seeking distraction from health problems. What an incredible experience it was to find - instead of a mystery - the answer to all that ailed me! Now even my doctor has a copy (a gift from me). His eyes were opened and, needless to say, he has diagnosed numerous Hemochromatosis patients since the days he thought he was dealing with a hypochondriac!
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