I had to re-read it over and over, multiple times. I'm not that smart, I just read alot. I could have golfed more or spent more time in the bar or bowling alley, but instead chose to read this stuff. I don't really like movie theaters, and reading Koch just grabbed me. I learned quite a bit from him, whatever good it will do me. A good book is called "Cancer Cures Crucified" by Suzanne Caum, she was one whom Koch cured. Also "The Cancer Blackout" by Nat Morris. Consider the stories of Royal Rife, Harry Hoxey, Virginia Livingston Wheeler, and a pattern emerges. I think for early stage people, the SSR remedy of Koch is not necessary, the story of Lorraine Day and others prove this. Also, for cases of "spontaneous remission", a key first step is to realize there is a biological chemical reason for such remissions. This itself is a clue for a starting point. So don't feel bad about having to re-read things, I didn't understand much on the first pass either. I had lead poisoning as a kid and its been quite a journey for me to even be able to see straight but persistence pays off, like the parable about the widow who kept coming back at the unjust judge until he caved in.