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Don't Fear the Big Dogs: Journey to Loma Linda

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When Bill Vancil was diagnosed with prostate cancer he raced to find a cure. In the process, he found the symmetry that was his life. Choosing proton radiation treatment at Loma Linda University Medical Center in southern California, he and daughter Tori Lou embarked on a 'once in a lifetime' journey of discovery that covered over seven thousand miles. More than a book abo ...more
Paperback, 275 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises (first published May 31st 2005)
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Steven Peterson
Aug 31, 2009 Steven Peterson rated it really liked it
This interesting work features two odysseys. One, a cross-country trip by the author, Bill Vancil, from Madison, WI to Loma Linda, CA, to seek treatment for prostate cancer, using proton radiation therapy through Loma Linda University Center. Two, a long trip back home to Madison with his young daughter, who had flown out to join him after the start of his therapy.

One issue that piqued my interest in this volume: the author is from my home town in Illinois. He worked in Peoria and the Quad Citi
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