Looking for some some inspiring reading?
We are pleased to announce the release of Larry’s Left Side: A Life’s Journey by Laurence A. Cole, PhD.
A remarkable story of recovery from coma and brain damage. A triumph of the human spirit.
Laurence Cole was a medical student in England when he had a stroke and spent three months in a coma. He survived the coma only to find he had suffered severe brain damage and could not continue his medical education. This book takes us on the journey of his life as he struggled to retrain his brain (his “left side”) build a family, fight being labeled “retarded”, and ultimately achieve his doctorate in biochemistry. Dr. Cole went on to become one of the foremost cancer researchers in the United States and made major scientific evolutionary discoveries. He has several awards for research, was instrumental in numerous patents being awarded to Yale University, and has authored or co-authored more than 300 articles in peer- reviewed medical journals. He currently consults on hCG and gestational trophoblastic diseases all over the world through the USA hCG Reference Service.
About the Author:
Dr. Laurence Cole enjoys living life to the fullest with his wife and family and his research. The holder of several cancer marker patents, Dr. Cole sees a connection between cancer and all human evolution. In his autobiography, Larry’s Left Side he writes, “The strange part of the human evolution story is that the same super-human growth factors that were used to super-advance placentation to accommodate humans and the human brain, are those also used by human malignancies to advance cancer cell growth and malignancy.”
A devout practicing Jew, Dr. Cole, whose research work was instrumental in several pivotal discoveries in the fields of cancer research, and the roots of pregnancy miscarriages and preeclampsia, writes, “How did I survive stroke and coma? How did I manage to retrain my brain? How did I manage to establish myself in research? I put it all together and can only come up with one answer: it was God’s plan, of course.”
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