Love, Medicine and Miracles: Lessons Learned about Self-Healing from a Surgeon's Experience with Exceptional Patients

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G.K. Hall, 1988 - Medical - 375 pages
39 Reviews
Argues that love, affirmation of life, and a focus on being well can help patients recover, and describes the mental attitudes of recovering cancer patients

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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

About the author (1988)

Bernie Siegel, M.D. embraces a philosophy that is at the forefront of a society grappling with medical ethics and spiritual issues. His books, Love, Medicine and Miracles published in 1986, Peace, Love and Healing in 1989, and How to Live Between Office Visits in 1993, have broken new ground in the field of healing. Over the span of twenty years, physicians have become increasingly more receptive to his message. Bernie's efforts have now turned toward humanizing medical care and medical education, and he continues to travel extensively with his wife Bobbie, to speak and run workshops, sharing his techniques and experiences. Bernie and Bobbie have five children and six grandchildren (so far).

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