About the Author


Ethan Evers began researching natural medicine when a family member used it to hold her cancer at bay for years before finally succumbing to the terrible disease. Since then, Ethan has watched the science behind natural medicine for cancer progress at an unbelievable rate—and be almost completely ignored by the mass media and conventional medicine. Despite an ever-growing mass of peer-reviewed research studies and ongoing clinical trials on natural remedies, the public remains under-informed (if not misinformed) about non-toxic, low cost treatments which may be able to treat cancer. More importantly, these same natural remedies may sharply reduce the risk of developing cancer in the first place. Ethan wrote The Eden Prescription—a medical thriller—to create a fictionalized world in which the future of natural medicine has become reality, and to propose one ultimate cancer treatment that today’s research is now pointing to. He also shows the strategies of those who stand to lose the most from un-patentable, cheap, natural treatments. Ethan’s hope is that by reading The Eden Prescription, the public will see the real science behind natural medicine for cancer and be inspired to continue with their own research. In so doing, they will be better equipped to demand more public funding for research into cheap, natural cancer treatments that could drastically slash health care costs in the future and bring us much closer to a world without cancer. Ethan has a PhD in Applied Science and received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management. Working for over ten years in Product Development in a Fortune Global 500 company, he holds over thirty patents granted internationally on various aspects of materials science and engineering. Ethan has worked and lived in the United States, Switzerland, Japan, Canada, and currently lives in London, England with his family. The Eden Prescription is his first book.

The novel The Eden Prescription is, above all, a work of fiction. Names, characters, business establishments, institutions, and the like are either the product of the author’s imagination, or, if real, are used fictitiously without any intent to describe their actual conduct. Any resemblance of fictitious entities to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental, notwithstanding any fictitious accounts of interactions with real entities, events, or locales. The story takes place in a fictitious future, and any reference to people, places, incidents, institutions, business establishments, or the like is made with respect to a future, fictitious version of said entities. Some historical accounts have likewise been fictionalized. The author is not a licensed medical practitioner and is not engaged in rendering advice to the individual reader. All of the information and ideas in the novel as well as in this website are provided for entertainment purposes only, and are not meant as a substitute for consulting a physician. All matters regarding one’s health require supervision by an appropriately licensed medical professional. No guarantee can be made for the completeness or accuracy of any information provided in the novel or in this website. This disclaimer applies to all front and back matter in the novel as well as all material in this website. The author assumes no responsibility for any content in third party websites, books or other materials linked to this website.

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