This inspiring book authored by Richard Sabb captures the reality of battling terminal Cancer while navigating tumultuous inherent family turmoil and the inevitable insurance and legal battles.
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Since Richard was diagnosed with Cancer in 1992 he has completed some 10 years of treatments and over 18 associated operations. Organizing True Story Network has been a passion since 1998 when he first started working on his book No Time To Die. Through his innate desire to help others and develop natural, nutraceutical, products he has secured global relationships in the medical, university and corporate genres.
Professor Lambert formerly served as head of Pathology and Research at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in Newark, New Jersey. Dr Lambert is also former Director of Advanced Research Sciences at NATO. He holds PhD’s in Medicine, Dermatology, Immunodermatopathology, Pathology, and Immunopathology. Dr. Lambert’s CV includes over 400 recognized medical publications as well as Directorship’s of many National and International advanced research programs.
Professor Gochfeld serves as Director of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute for the State of New Jersey and heads its Center for Public Health and Preparedness. Professor Gochfeld holds PhD’s in Medicine, Biology and Environmental Health Science-Chemical Relationships to Disease. His CV contains over 250 recognized articles in peer reviewed academic journals and over 50 book chapter publications.
Dr. Pere Gascón Vilaplana, has been a lecturer in the University of Barcelona since 2009 and coordinator of the Oncology Clinic since 2003. He is also the director of the Medical Oncology and Scientific Coordinator of the ‘Clinical Institute of HematoOncological Diseases (ICMHO) at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona.
"Moving, provocative and truly spell-binding. PLUS, It's all REAL." "I'm ready to 'see the movie."
"His accounting of medical discoveries and the inherent emotional disarray in deciding to move forward with experimental surgeries simultaneously with major legal battles and family influences, provides a fabulous learning tool for any reader, but especially for those who confront life altering decisions. The courage and determination that he expressed through life will keep you on an emotional roller coaster from beginning to end. This breathtaking story will leave you amazed and anxious to visit and follow his website TrueStoryetwork.com ."
"Rich Sabb's "No Time To Die" is inspiring, frustrating and too short. As a hospital nurse of thirty years, widow of a kidney cancer victim, and plaintiff in a wrongful death suit, I could identify with many of Mr. Sabb's experiences as well as those of his wife. The fact that Rich is still alive is amazing in itself. His optimism towards life and tenacity in dealing with the judicial system and social security system are truly admirable."
I found Richard Sabb's book, No Time To Die, an amazing account of one person's courageous battle against a fatal form of Cancer. Mr. Sabb documents a horrific lab explosion that led to the deaths of all of his colleagues present in the room the day the blast occurred. I found his read so interesting. Richard explains that because he was significantly younger than most of his peers, and because of the physical shape he was in being a power lifter, he survived longer than his co-workers that perished due to the explosion. Remarkably, after an approval by President Clinton, he was connected with the greatest doctors and scientists specializing in Oncology. What I loved most about Richard's book was the depiction of his support team, namely his wife at the time, Cathy, and his parents, Dot and Bob. What I found heartbreaking about Richard's book were the laws that were in place at the time for people who were not protected by the companies that they dedicated their life to, literally.. We need more "Richard's" in this world who are willing to risk their life to cure a once incurable cancer, and to be whistle blowers to big business who view their employees as liabilities rather than assets.