In this great medical detective story and narrative of a presidential cover-up, an exhaustive study of all available reports of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s health, and a comprehensive review of thousands of photographs, an intrepid physician-journalist team reveals that Roosevelt at his death suffered from melanoma, a skin cancer that had spread to his brain and abdomen. Roosevelt’s condition was not only physically disabling, but also could have affected substantially his mental function and his ability to make decisions in the days when the nation was imperiled by World War II.
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Early on in "FDR's Deadly Secret," Dr. Lomazow and Mr. Fettmann say that they're presenting a "strong circumstantial case" that Roosevelt suffered from cancer and that his death was "the inevitable result of a deadly illness, compounded by catastrophic heart problems."| Read Full Review of FDR's Deadly Secret
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