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Nancy Offenhauser, D.C., a highly skilled doctor with a degree from Smith College, is a beloved chiropractor in Dutchess County, New York. In Healing Cancer Peacefully she takes us with unwavering honesty from her 2002 diagnosis of endometrial cancer to her 2004 cancer-free state. She leads us step by step through a wide range of natural medicines and modalities, entirely bypassing conventional allopathic medicine.
Dr. Offenhauser’s extraordinary medical memory reveals how she learned to listen to her own body by listening to her patients’ bodies, including those damaged by pharmaceuticals and other procedures. She explains the principles of healing she developed from her own experiences and those of her patients, and introduces us to a little-known cancer-diagnosing blood test.
Healing Cancer Peacefully inspires a renewed appreciation for the author’s noninvasive, drugless chiropractic profession, as it was originally designed.
One of many unique features of this memoir is Dr. Offenhauser’s “Mapping the Road to Cancer,” tracing her illness back to such surprising influences as yeast, mold, Lyme Disease, stress, diet, emotional issues of the past, and overwork. Her bold, authoritative “Disclaimer, of a Sort,” “A New Look at Cancer,” “Invisible Survivor,” and other candid, timely viewpoints further set this book apart.
Dr. Nancy Offenhauser’s Healing Cancer Peacefully: When the Body’s Not a Battlefield, It Can Tell You What It Needs illustrates the undeniable fact that the body’s natural, self-healed state can best be reached through time-honored, gentle—and affordable—ways of healing.
In this ecology-driven era, public acceptance of the natural healing of the body is the logical—and long overdue—next step.
Healing Cancer Peacefully is today’s convenient truth.