Surviving Cancer: One Woman's Story and Her Inspiring Program for Anyone Facing a Cancer Diagnosis

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Broadway Books, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 234 pages
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When cancer specialists at Boston’s internationally renowned Dana-Farber Cancer Institute diagnosed Margie Levine with a deadly asbestos-related lung cancer, they predicted that she had only six months to live. Refusing to give up hope, she chose an approach that combined state-of-the-art medicine with her own holistic program. Eleven years later, her mind/body regimen has evolved into a prescription for survival, and she has dedicated her life to sharing it with others.

Surviving Cancer offers a practical, integrated way of self-healing, with advice on:

•Creating the best possible team of physicians and loved ones

• Maximizing nutrition, using veggie overdosing

• Ridding your cells of harbored anger with a six-point forgiveness program

• Using music to boost your immune system and fight pain

• Using visualization to make your own affirmation tape

• Building up endorphins by seeking joy

• Using creative meditation techniques

Covering these topics and dozens more, Surviving Cancer is not only one woman’s lifesaving testimony, it’s a plan for finding rejuvenation in every new day.

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Levine is a health education teacher, a social worker, a therapist specializing in integrative medicine, and most importantly a cancer survivor. Diagnosed with mesothelioma of the lung in 1989, she ... Read full review

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Margie Levine is a health education teacher, social worker, and therapist who specializes in integrative medicine, which blends conventional and complementary therapies. She conducts mind/body seminars on health-related issues and also runs the Boston Institute of Noetic Science group. She divides her time between Cape Cod and Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

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