Explosive Medical Secrets That Will Redefine Aging

Book - 2012
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"Through interviews with the best and brightest doctors and health revolutionaries, Suzanne crafts a plan that will reshape the way we treat, approach, and think about the aging body. For years she has strongly advocated for patient awareness of cutting-edge health breakthroughs. We've seen her public and successful treatment of breast cancer, and now she shares an inside look at the process behind becoming the first woman in this country to have a breast reconstructed using stem-cell therapy. Let her point you to other medical bombshells that will change your life, too!"
Publisher: New York : Crown Archetype, c2012.
ISBN: 9780307588548
Characteristics: xvii, 348 p. ;,25 cm.


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Jan 16, 2020

Believe me - I really did try to keep an open mind while reading "Bombshell".

But, unfortunately, Suzanne Somers came across (right from the start) as being such a clueless, pure-Plasticine flake that after reading less than 50 pages I just gave up on her rubbish narration and promptly returned this nonsensical book back to the library.

Yep. "Bombshell" really, really, really was that bad! Really!!

Oct 10, 2019

For starters - The photo you see of Somers' face on this book's cover is apparently how she actually looked at the age 65 (which was 7 years ago). And, if that image of her (at that age) hasn't been seriously doctored and/or her looks aren't the result of cosmetic surgery, then, I'll never be convinced of it ever being otherwise.

For the most part - I view this book (covering the ways in which to slow down the aging process) to be a laughable hoax. Indeed. I don't believe for a minute that Somers actually interviewed 16 doctors and experts in order to gain the information that she did.

I'd say that a more convincing story is that Somers visited 16 websites on the internet and that's how she gathered up the data about this-and-that for her boring "Bombshell" book.

Jan 10, 2013

I didn't finish it. I found it is not practical for the average person.

janhenkel Jun 03, 2012

I'm in the HOLDS & wish to cancel getting Suzanne Somers "Bombshell". I press Cancel & it says to select something, so I double click on the book Bombshell & there's no where to cancel receiving it. How do I cancel?

Jan Henkel

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