Recovery from Cancer: The Remarkable Story of One Woman's Struggle with Cancer & what She Did to Beat the Odds
The words slowly sank in—“Mrs. Nussbaum, you have cancer.” So began Elaine Nussbaum’s personal struggle with this frightening disease. Despite surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, the cancer spread to Elaine’s bones and lungs. Finally, she stopped all treatments and began to practice macrobiotics in a last-ditch effort to save her life. Slowly, steadily, she regained her health. Here, in Elaine’s own words, is her story of recovery against all odds—a dramatic and
moving account that offers hope to cancer patients everywhere.
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Part IDealing With Cancer
Part IIHealing With Macrobiotics
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