Uriel and Carolyn Limjoco’s New Book ‘Cytokine’ is a Gripping Narrative About Two Medical Practitioners Who Unearth the Secret to a Facility’s Cancer Treatment

Uriel Limjoco, a retired captain in the United States Navy, assistant clinical professor of trauma and general surgery from Loma Linda University, and general surgeon who retired from 20 years of private practice and 20 years of active surgical service to the United States Navy, and Carolyn Limjoco, a member and president of a school board in Wisconsin, have completed their most recent book “Cytokine”: a riveting novel about a doctor and a medical technologist’s investigation of a cancer institute conducting cancer treatments that sheds light to the true process of their ministrations.
Uriel and Carolyn write, “The best way to survive cancer is to get the disease detected and treated as early as possible when it has not yet spread throughout the body. Most aggressive cancers, when they are diagnosed after they have already metastasized (grade 4), respond poorly to any kind of treatment whether it be surgical, chemical, or hormonal. The Davidson Cancer Research Foundation in Charleston, South Carolina, where only the most aggressive cancers qualify for treatment, consistently report over 50 percent cures, using a cytokine derived by their irradiating special equine nerve tissues. The center’s treatment is waiting for approval by the FDA and offers a money-back guarantee for failures.
“By secretly investigating the exact chemical nature of the treatment, Dr. William Della Torre Roller and his girlfriend, medical technologist Yolanda Ybarra, unearth the ghastly method by which the center actually harvests the cytokine and almost lose their lives in an effort to stop it.”
Published by Fulton Books, Uriel and Carolyn Limjoco’s book uncovers the unethical dilemma in the medical industry for the sake of success rates of health and wellness at the expense of morality and human life
This book focuses on cancer and the pursuit of its cure that can lead even the brightest of minds toward loss and confusion.
Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Cytokine” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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