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Advances in Modern Chemotherapy: 01/09/12
>"Advances in Modern Chemotherapy" by Michael Alexander is the story of a man in the hospital for the final stages of cancer. He has come to die. He is with others in similar final stages and he makes friends with them. The attend group sessions.
What he doesn't expect is to be preparing to ascend to a higher plane. But he and the others are developing telepathy. It extends beyond the ability to talk to terminal patients to something beyond.
It's a weird story but a page turner. I found it fairly easy to get into and to predict where it was going. And yet I enjoyed it.