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Spontaneous Remission From Cancer – Interview with Dr. Kelly Turner, PhD

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Despite medical evidence of the existence of unexpected, or “spontaneous remission,” from cancer, Dr. Kelly Turner, Ph.D. was shocked to learn that no one was studying these cases - people who recovered from cancer against all odds, without the help of conventional medicine, or after conventional medicine had failed.

Her research included a trip to 10 countries to interview alternative healers and 20 Radical Remission cancer survivors about their healing techniques. Since then, ongoing research has led her to interview over 100 survivors and analyze over 1,000 cases of radical remission to learn if there were commonalities behind these cases, and discovered that there were. Her research initially identified more than 75 different factors that may play a role in radical remission. Dr. Turner’s experience and evidence is presented in her book, RADICAL REMISSION: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds.

After tabulating the frequency of each factor, she cites the nine most prevalent factors involved in documented cases of radical remission, in this interview we will learn what these factors are.

Radical Remission includes the gripping story of an individual’s journey from grave diagnosis to wellness and the path they took to get there. Dr. Turner is careful not to raise false hope in sharing the personal stories and nine factors she identifies; however, she feels she has a scientific obligation to investigate and learn from every case, and believes it is imperative to begin the process of scientifically examining these cases for potential clues on curing cancer.

Dr. Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D. is a researcher, lecturer, and counselor in the field of Integrative Oncology whose specialized research focus is the radical remission of cancer. Dr. Turner holds a B.A. from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. 

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