Early in her career, Kelly Turner, Ph.D., a researcher, lecturer, and counselor in integrative oncology, was shocked to discover that no one was studying episodes of radical remission, when people recover against all odds without the help of conventional medicine, or after conventional medicine has failed. She was so fascinated by this kind of remission that she spent eight years traveling through ten countries to learn what factors that people experiencing this phenomenon encountered. Her evidence presents nine factors she believes can help even terminal patients turn their lives around. They are:
Radically changing your diet
Deepening your spiritual connection
Increasing positive emotions
Releasing suppressed emotions
Taking herbs and vitamins
Using intuition to help inform health decisions
Taking control of one's health
Having strong reasons to live
Receiving social support
Every chapter of Radical Remission includes a dramatic story of one person's journey back to wellness. The insight that the possibilities for healing are more abundant than we had previously known will give people concrete ways to defy the prognosis of terminal cancer. It chronicles people from all walks of life, and from all over the world. This is an audiobook for those who are in the midst of receiving conventional cancer treatment, who are looking for other options because that treatment has done all that it can, but who still have hope.
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Is radical remission real?
Among the top half of the 20% I deem to be interesting, well reasoned, and informative.
The researcher, of course. She is approaching cool-headedly an analysis non-normative medical outcomes which warrant serious, thoughtful consideration.
Not sure. I may get back to this question.
No. I need time to reflect on each facet of the paradigm before evaluating it as a whole.
This is one of those "out there" topics warranting non-hysterical, measured contemplation. THE author appears to be doing that.
- William R. Toddmancillas