Recent n of 1—the book Articles

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On Taking Control

In my new book, n of 1, I tell a story of maintaining control—my brand of maintaining control—when at an extremely low point.

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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.

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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.

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Glenn Sabin Podcast Interview: Integrative Oncology and Being an n of 1

Recorded shortly after speaking at UCSD’s Integrative Oncology conference, this podcast interview captures my thoughts on integrative oncology, and journey with a terminal cancer diagnosis, better than any other to date.


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.

Spontaneous Remission is a Myth

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.