No, echoing everything in Carey's answer above. I agree that 99% of recommendation questions are just not well suited for this type of site.
But, and I apologize if it perhaps added confusion to our redefinition stage, I made an exception for that question and answered it for several reasons. I felt there was a root question there about how to approach trying to understand a complex medical topic by a layperson in a situation where (1) they have a great deal of motivation, time, and (self-reported) confidence in their ability to study, given the right material and (2) are in a situation where a beloved family member has the disease in a medical system with limited access to care, in which case someone with the knowledge to better understand discussions on treatment risks/benefits, survival rates, and progression of the disease could significantly help that person. I also wanted to provide some realistic limitations on what they should expect to gain from reading.
I just edited the Q to be a liiiiiitle closer to what we might consider on topic, and to better reflect the root question the OP had.