Coronary Artery Disease
Genes, Drugs and the Agricultural ConnectionEdited by
- Ole Faergeman
Hardbound, 196 Pages
Published: May 2003
...This book is about policy, not dietary practices or political advocacy, and Færgeman leaves us on our own to work out how to apply his important lessons. ...A medical degree of degree in science are not required to follow Færgeman's clear text and painstakingly developed explanations.
M. Nestle, Nature, 2003
...Færgeman wrote his book not only for clinicians and researchers, but also for the interested general reader. As a consequence, parts of the book may be too intricate for laymen and others too elementary for health professionals. But many will enjoy his narrative style, which is liberally interspersed with anecdotes and historical quotations.
J.M.A. Boer, The Lancet, 2004
...On going through Færgeman's text, I began by marking the passages I would have liked to quote in my review, but they proved far too numerous. Instead I encourage readers of the JRSM get a copy for themselves. This work offers more hope for controlling coronary disease than can ever be had from popping pills.
H. Tunstall-Pedoe, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 2004
...Ole Færgeman ...has written a book about coronary artery disease and much more. ...his story is explicitly referenced and well-based in fact. A medical degree or a degree in science are not required to follow Færgeman's clear text and painstakingly developed explanations.
F.C. Luft, Journal of Molecular Medicine, 2004