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The Beautiful Cure: The Revolution in Immunology and What It Means for Your Health

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Davis, Daniel M.
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“Visceral.”—Wall Street Journal     “Illuminating.”—Publishers Weekly     “Heroic.”—Science The immune system holds the key to human health. In The Beautiful Cure, leading immunologist Daniel M. Davis describes how the scientific quest to understand how the immune system works—and how it is affected by stress, sleep, age, and our state of mind—is now unlocking a revolutionary new approach to medicine and well-being. The body’s ability to fight disease and heal itself is one of the great mysteries and marvels of nature. But in recent years, painstaking research has resulted in major advances in...
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Love this book very informative.
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Davis' mastery with words, as in his previous book 'The Compatability Gene', conveys the importance and power of the immune system in a manner that excites both immunologists (like myself) and non-immunologists alike.
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Always a joy to read the works of Davis, and I would recommend highly to anyone that wants to learn more about the immune system.
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I loved this book and the earlier one on the compatibility gene.
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Dan Davis is a brilliant immunologist and one of our great science communicators!
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Category: Immunology

The usual price range for an immunology book is between $5.00 to $193.92.

If you want to know about immunology books in general, please go to our Immunology Books: Things to Know Before Buying in 2020 page to learn more!

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Yes! I recommend this immunology book based on manufacturer ratings. Let's go over the reasons why buying this immunology book now is a good idea, and also things to consider before you decide on this item.

1. Manufacturer has very positive reviews on all their products!

The maker of a product is another factor you want to definitely consider before you buy anything. What if there is a piece missing or there is some defect in the product? With anything you buy online, there is a small chance of this happening. But don't worry too much, because Amazon has an amazing 30-day refund policy (Amazon❤️). Still, you want to make sure that the manufacturer or the seller has been helpful in resolving this kind of problem and/or has been helpful to its customers about general product inquiries. As you see in my manufacturer report below, University of Chicago Press has very positive reviews for their products. It's generally a good sign if the manufacturer has good reviews overall. If your purchase decision heavily involves how well they make their products and treat their customers, this is likely a safe bet.

2. This immunology book has positive reviews on the internet

Some people have a great experience with a product, while some are unlucky and get a defected item and have to go through the whole process of returning them. Since people have different experiences about a product due to various reasons, don't read too much into one good or bad review. Reading multiple reviews with different ratings can help you picture how good/bad the product generally is.

This immunology book has positivereviews on the internet, and based on current trends, it's likely that people will like this immunology book more a week later. I summarized what fans and haters say about this product above in the good/ok/bad table, so don't forget to read those since they paint the whole picture! And of course, if you want to read more detailed reviews, many of them are on Amazon!See More Reviews on AmazonSee More Reviews on Amazon

3. The price might go up, so buy now if you need this!

image/svg+xml Highest Price Lowest Price $22.48 $13.23

Price is one of the most important factors in making a purchase decision. I analyzed the price of this product in four parts: its recent price change, when it was most expensive/cheapest, its price volatility, and a price prediction I made, just in case you want to wait.

First off, let's talk about its recent price change. The price of this product has gone up, resulting in a 32.39% price increase.

Next, we need to look at its highest price and lowest price. Historically, the highest price point for this immunology book was $22.48, and the lowest price point was $13.23. The current price isn't close to either the highest or the lowest price point, so it's a fairly reasonable time to make this purchase.

What about its availability and price volatility? This is another aspect we have to dig into before buying something. I haven't seen this product being unavailable since I started reviewing this product. So as far as the availability goes, this product is solid. If you plan to make a repeat purchase of this kind of item, this is your product! In addition, the price tends to stay more or less the same. Not a lot of price movement is expected, but the price could still move in either direction by a smidge.

Considering all this, will the price go up or down in a week? Based on past price points, I expect the price to be $17.59 a week from now. It might be best to purchase as soon as possible before the price becomes too high.

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4. Make sure University of Chicago Press is a brand you can trust

University of Chicago Press doesn't attract too many people on Amazon among other immunology book brands. I couldn't find any YouTube videos, Reddit posts, or news articles that directly mention this product, but this can be just me not looking hard enough. Will update this when I have more info!

One thing to be careful about here is that I'm not verifying if this product's maker is a household name or not. This section is more focused on whether this is proven enough by its consumers, whether people actually love this product.

5. There are other options you might want to check out

image/svg+xml University of Chicago Press Other similar brands: Scribner HarperOne Wiley-Blackwell Elsevier

I found 4 brands that have similar products like this one: Scribner, HarperOne, Wiley-Blackwell, and Elsevier. 'If you're looking for a cheaper alternative, you might want to look at a similar product from HarperOne. If you're looking for a immunology book with best reviews, a product from Elsevier gets the best score on the internet. If your primary concern is whether the product is popular and well known, a similar product from Scribner I linked below is a better option. I linked all the similar products in the similar products section so please check them out! Or you can check other similar products on Amazon, too.

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That's it! I hope you learned enough about this product to make a purchase decision now. You can always ask me about anything via the bird button on the bottom right corner. Thanks for reading — I'm going to add more analyses on this review, so stay tuned!

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