Love, Medicine and Miracles

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Arrow, 1986 - Attitude to health - 242 pages
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Drawing on his clinical experience, Siegel shows how we can alleviate stress and release the body's healing mechanisms. He demonstrates that when terminally ill patients take control of their illness, they change their lives beyond medical hope.

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User Review  - Stephen Gallup - Goodreads

This was the first Bernie Siegel book I read, and it motivated me to read two more (Peace, Love and Healing and How to Live Between Office Visits), plus acquiring some of his tapes (guided meditations ... Read full review

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User Review  - Harsha - Goodreads

Just started reading it but I can feel the sincerity and practical approach a surgeon can take to connect body to the spirit. Along with the book "Anything Can be Healed" of Martin Brofman, this book ... Read full review

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