The Autoimmune Epidemic
Bodies Gone Haywire in A World Out of Balance and the Cutting-edge Science That Promises HopeBook - 2008
A comprehensive investigation into autoimmune illnesses draws on up-to-date research to identify commonalities among such diseases as multiple sclerosis, lupus, and Type-1 diabetes, in a volume that presents evidence linking autoimmune disorders to chemicals and other environmental factors. 50,000 first printing.
An investigation into autoimmune illnesses identifies commonalities among such diseases as multiple sclerosis, lupus, and type-1 diabetes, in a volume that presents evidence linking autoimmune disorders to chemicals and other environmental factors.
Simon and Schuster
From the foreword by Dr. Douglas Kerr, Director, Johns Hopkins Transverse Myelitis Center
"The Autoimmune Epidemic by Donna Jackson Nakazawa is an astounding book....It is the kind of book that will rivet you and scare you. It will make you angry. It will amaze you with the courage of some of the people described in the book...The Autoimmune Epidemic is every bit as compelling as Upton Sinclair's The Jungle...It is also every bit as necessary as An Inconvenient Truth....
You will leave this book with no reservations about the veracity of the conclusions: put simply, there is no doubt that autoimmune diseases are on the rise and increasing environmental exposures of toxins and chemicals is fueling this rise. The research is sound. The conclusions unassailable....
Reading The Autoimmune Epidemic is a necessary first step. Reading The Autoimmune Epidemic is a life-altering event. It needs to be."