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Cameron Stauth is an American author who has written 23 books. He is best known for his nonfiction work, particularly in the field of medicine. Other subjects include business, entertainment, professional sports, and psychology. He has also written creative nonfiction accounts of true stories.
Total Books: 26
Some of his books have been considered controversial. Healing the New Childhood Epidemics, written with Kenneth Bock, M.D., asserted that autism is in most cases caused by multiple physical issues, including infection, neurological inflammaton, toxicity, and internal disorders, and can often be controlled or reversed when these issues are resolved. A book about Alzheimer's disease, Brain Longevity, written with Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D., proposed a multifaceted treatment program for the disease at a time when it was considered largely untreatable. An early book, The New Approach to Cancer, linked maligancy to risk factors that had not yet been proven to be associated with cancer, including nutrition, exposure to toxic substances, and depressed immunity.
Before becoming an author, he was a newspaper reporter, film industry columnist, and contributor to The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Prevention, and a number of other publications. He was also Editor in Chief of The Journal of Health Science, and the Journal of the Nutritional Academy.
In 1993 he co-produced the film "Because Mommy Works," based upon his article in McCall's magazine about working mothers losing custody of their children. He also co-wrote the film Prison of Secrets, which contributed to the reform of treatment of females in prison.
His books have consistently been well reviewed, and The New York Times has referred to him as "a tireless reporter and a talented and graceful writer." Several of his books have been bestsellers in America and abroad, and his books have been published in 14 countries.