My book, titled “The Art of Living,” is a story of how I not just overcame a life-threatening brain tumor but also breast cancer after I got radiation damage from my treatment. Despite my oncologist’s advice to get a mastectomy and insisting it was impossible to overcome cancer using natural means, I rid my body of cancer and avoided surgery, using only natural means and have protected my body from getting a recurrence. I now want others to learn from my success and to benefit from it.

Twenty-five years earlier, I was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and told by five neurologists that I was going to die within a year.  Consequently, I knew that doctors made mistakes. Before having a mastectomy, I naturally had to stop and think and do research. Unfortunately, most people don’t. In  “The Art of Living” I share what I learned from this and the many health challenges I faced, including what I did to rid my body of cancer, how to navigate through the often-challenging and perplexing medical world, and why both listening within our own bodies for direction as well as why supporting someone whose health is compromised can literally be life saving.

If you’d like to help me reach my goal of helping as many people as possible, I have provided a donate button at the bottom of this page or you can go to You can help me share my story of hope, health and inspiration with as many people possible in the whole world.  

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