Love, Medicine and Miracles

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Arrow, 1988 - 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  - CenterPointMN - LibraryThing

Lessons learned about self healing from a surgeon's experience with exceptional patients. In 1978, Siegel started ECaP (Exceptional Cancer Patients), a specialized form of indivual and group therapy ... Read full review


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I read this book at a time when I need spiritual guidance due to terminal illness of my mother. It helped me to put a different perspective on what she is going through as well as help me to work through the process myself. Read full review

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