"Dr. Waldman and Marjorie Lamb have done for the understanding of Alzheimer's disease what Dr. Martin Luther King did for civil rights. Dying for a Hamburger should be required reading if you are eating meat."
- Howard F. Lyman, LL.D., author of Mad Cowboy
"Waldman and Lamb lay out their case in a measured fashion that many will find convincing and disturbing."
- Publishers Weekly
"Gives serious pause . . . [this] book takes on Upton Sinclarian, muckracker dimensions that just may turn some beef-eaters into vegans."
"A convincing case . . . enough to make most people rethink becoming vegetarians. [This] disturbing new book . . . might be the wake-up call we need to determine once and for all if there is connection between the food we eat and these hateful disesases."
- Tucson Citizen
"Provocative . . . a very disturbing book."
- Deseret Morning News (Salt Lake City, Utah)
"In a masterpiece of historical sleuthing, employing a writing style that is fluid, compelling, and accessible to both the scientist and the lay public, Dr. Waldman has fashioned an elegant argument concerning the modern epidemic of senile dementia and its possible cause."
- A. Neil Crowson, M.D., Director of Dermatopathology, University of Oklahoma (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
"Waldman and Lamb are to be commended for provoking a debate."
- The Globe and Mail (Canada)
"Dying for a Hamburger is a murder mystery whose victims are you and I and anyone else who has ever eaten any meat product that has passed through a meat-packing plant. That includes just about everyone, even vegans."
- Toronto Sun (Canada)