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a.David Servan Schreiber. Membre d'honneur

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The celebrated French doctor and writer, who studied and worked in Pittsburgh, died this summer from the cancer he detected 20 years ago. Micki Myers reads his final book, 'Not the Last Goodbye,' recalling how his body of work transformed her own battle.

David Servan-Schreiber's best-selling book "Anticancer: A New Way of Life" changed my life. I mean that literally. It will most likely change my death, too.

Dr. Servan-Schreiber, the acclaimed French neuroscientist and co-founder of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine's Center for Integrative Medicine, is sadly not around to pass judgment one way or the other. He succumbed in July to the brain cancer upon which he based his best seller, just eight weeks after completing his last book.

Before he died at the age of 50, and knowing that his relapse was going to prove fatal, he dedicated his final months to writing "Not the Last Goodbye," a small book with a big message that provides a poignant coda to his life's work.