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Remarkable Recovery: What Extraordinary Healings Tell Us about Getting Well and Staying Well

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This fascinating book offers the first scientific proof that spontaneous recovery from terminal illness happens more than anyone suspects--against the odds, and against medical convention. The book's chorus of voices tells readers about the extraordinary powers everyone possesses, and which can be used to conquer what medicine has claimed to be unconquerable.
Paperback, 363 pages
Published March 1st 1999 by DIANE Publishing Company (first published February 1st 1996)
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Jun 15, 2011 Dorothy rated it really liked it
We have all heard of people who have quite unexpectedly recovered from cancer when medical science has failed. Doctors often seem embarrassed by these recoveries because they cannot presently be explained. Hence the term "spontaneous remission' is used and few scientists have studied the phenomenon.

In this book, the authors gather information about these spontaneous recoveries and attempt to find out if there is a commonality which could point to a recommendation of what a patient can do to aid
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Jun 01, 2011 Keith Kendall rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Remarkable Recovery reminds me of my own experience. I have noticed that when I get really sick, and it hangs on to where I can't stand it anymore, to where I do everything possible to get better; then I get better.
People who recovered from cancer seem to have gotten in touch with themselves, and they also have taken charge.
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