On Hope and Healing
For Those Who Have Fallen Through the Medical Cracks
Neil Nathan, M.D.
This invaluable resource book offers the latest information on a range of illnesses that most family practitioners are unequipped to diagnose or treat effectively. Written in nontechnical language, On Hope and Healing also offers clear, readable explanations for the causes and cures of today's onslaught of complex/chronic illnesses. Physicians and patients alike will benefit from this comprehensive book.
Includes valuable information about many chronic illnesses and conditions, including lyme disease, adrenal (DHEA) deficiency, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, Epstein-Barr Syndrome, magnesium deficiency, iodine deficiency, estrogen deficiency, rheumatoid arthritis, autism, food allergies, mold toxicity, chronic pain, ecotoxicity, and much more.
"With unusual clarity and first-rate science, . . . Nathan encourages us to shift our thinking to a more holistic, multifactorial, and positive approach to chronic and recurrent illness. . . . eloquently transports health and medicine into the 21st century. It is, I believe, by far the best book, the most comprehensive book, and the clearest book ever written about integrative holistic medicine."
–– Bill Manahan, M.D., author of Eat for Health, past president, American Holistic Medical Association
". . . makes an essential contribution to the millions whose medical care has suffered under the limited vision of our conventional medical system. Professionals and consumers alike will find innovative approaches that combine cutting-edge healing options with practical medical care choices."
–– Robert Anderson, M.D., author of Clinician's Guide to Holistic Medicne and Wellness Medicine, founding president of American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine
2010, 320 pages, 6" x 9", color cover, 13 black & white photographs, bibliographic information, index. Published by Et Alia Press.
ISBN 978-0-9828184-0-4. Trade paper
Read the review of On Hope and Healing on the lymedisease.org website
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