Recent CLL Articles
Behind the Decisions: The Anatomy of n of 1
My story, n of 1, needed to be delivered responsibly, accurately, and authentically. To the extent possible, it needed to be beyond reproach. Let me explain.
My Thanksgiving Story and Wish for You
On Thanksgiving Day 1991, three months after my diagnoses of leukemia, I laid in a hospital bed at GW University Hospital in Washington, D.C. My spleen was removed the prior day.
Integrative Oncology Circa 1991
In 1991, when I first learned I had an incurable form of leukemia, integrative oncology wasn’t even a term. Integrative cancer care programs were nonexistent at major cancer centers. Put simply, there was nowhere for a newly diagnosed cancer patient like me to turn to learn about patient-centered, integrative approaches to disease management; at least […]
I am an n of 1. You are an n of 1.
Shortly after I was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 1991, my personal n of 1 experiment began; its outcomes have been closely chronicled for a quarter century.
Exceptional Patients and Radical Cancer Remissions
Properly documenting remarkable stories of healing cancer in the medical literature is more important than ever. This post shares options for how to do so.
Cancer: Healing Versus Curing
Many think of cancer healing as the recovery process from invasive interventions such as surgery, radiation or chemotherapy. It’s a common mindset of ‘I’ll endure the conventional treatment then heal from it’. While that’s certainly a true form of physical healing, there are numerous ways in which healing takes place.
Spontaneous Remission is a Myth
While certainly true that the human mind and body possess an innate healing capacity, the phenomenon can only be fully unleashed by activating specific powerful triggers. True healing is a complex biological process, not magic.