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Confessions of a Healer Hardcover – November 1, 1994

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Most physicians, Bonnett believes, are poorly educated, slow learners, and narrow minded. Further, he says, few diseases have single causes, and physicians and patients often accept surgical intervention too quickly. Bonnett himself relies heavily on hypnosis and also draws on chiropractic and other alternative therapies in cases where the patient does not respond to regular medical approaches. He strongly feels that patient responsibility is vital and that most physicians could accomplish much more if they took the time to explain the importance of such responsibility to their patients before treatment begins. "There is absolutely nothing wrong with dying," Bonnett maintains, and in fact, saving lives should not be a major function of the medical profession. Rather, wellness and quality of life are the goals to be sought. Many may have less confidence that the individual has as much control over his life as Bonnett seems to think; nevertheless, his book, full of acute observation and wide-ranging reflection, is refreshing. William Beatty

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