Recent n of 1—the book Articles
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.