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Siegel, a New Haven surgeon, believes that the power of healing stems from the human mind and will, that his scalpel only buys time against cancer, and that self-love and determination are more important than choice of therapy. His philosophy has caused radical changes in his practice. Siegel recounts many arresting anecdotes: joyous stories of patients who survived against all odds, sad chronicles of those who seemingly gave up and assented to their own deaths. The author's credentials make this one of the more plausible books on the mind-body connection. For most public libraries and holistic health collections. Judith Eannarino, George Washington Univ. Lib., Washington, D.C.
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"Run, don't walk, to the nearest bookstore and get this amazing book that explains how you can 'think' yourself sick or well...Every family should have a copy. It can be a lifesaver." -- Ann LandersSee all Editorial Reviews
This was a gift I gave my friend and then I bought one for myself (used!) but so helpful to me. I read a paragraph daily.Published 22 days ago by Janice D Robison
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This book outlined what exceptional cancer patients, those who got involved in their care and never gave up, could accomplish far outside the realm of traditional medicine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandra B.
It get's repetitive. Some good points, but was too much at one point.Published 1 month ago by Makana