Cameron Stauth is an American author who has written twenty six books that focus primarily on medicine, and on narrative nonfiction accounts of true stories. A former magazine editor and columnist, several of Stauth's books, including Brain Longevity and The Manhunter, have been national bestsellers, and his books have been published in nine languages and twenty one countries.
Stauth was raised in Monmouth, Illinois, where he was a student-broadcaster at radio station WRAM, working for several years with play-by-play announcer Joe Tait, who was later inducted as a broadcaster into the National Basketball Association Hall of Fame. Stauth was also a reporter for the Monmouth Review Atlas and the Galesburg Register Mail. He graduated from the University of Illinois College of Media in 1970, and has since resided on the West Coast. He has been married twice and lives with his children in Portland, Oregon.
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