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Can Miss Cancer Up to 67%_Presenting Near Complete Rectification
Yuk-Ming (Mark) Lui, MD
This book is dedicated to patients living with or dying from colon cancer despite negative complete colonoscopy; also, what to advise your relatives and friends to avert this cancer completely or almost completely. The subsequent chapters touch on several other topics. Fingers, doubts, and questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. All of the proceeds of the author will be donated to Lung Cancer Canada; defeating lung cancer is beyond his ability. Questions and comments can be sent to email@example.com
“This book may ‘catch fire' in some countries.” - Dr. F. Wang, MD
Dr. Mark Lui was born Yuk-Ming Lui in Hong Kong. He received his medical degree and fellowship in Radiology from the University of Manitoba, Canada. He was awarded an A+ on his final specialist’s examination. He published an article regarding the structure, size and shape of the basic unit of the lung, the pulmonary acinus [Radiology 1973;109:1–5], which is essential in understanding various lung diseases. He was voted the best teacher three years in a row by the Radiology residents of the University of Alberta, Canada. His most recent innovation is a test which can reliably disclose colon cancer and high-risk colorectal polyp (adenoma of ≥1.0 cm) in the blind spots and unreachable portions of colonoscopy [doi: 10.1177/0300060514521152].
- Yuk-Ming (Mark) Lui, MD