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Suzanne Somers Highlights Dr. Stephen Sinatra in Chapter for New Cancer Book
Date:10/15/2009

Stephen Sinatra, MD, is one of eight medical doctors featured in Suzanne Somers’ new book Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who are Curing Cancer and How to Prevent Getting It In the First Place.

Potomac, MD (Vocus) October 15, 2009 -- Stephen Sinatra, MD, is one of eight medical doctors featured in Suzanne Somers’ new book Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who are Curing Cancer and How to Prevent Getting It In the First Place. The book highlights Ms. Somers’ personal experience with cancer while also detailing how conventional medicine has dropped the ball in the treatment and prevention of cancer. She then offers alternative cancer treatments and preventative therapies via interviews with more than 10 doctors and health experts in the world of alternative medicine.

Ms. Somers chose to interview Dr. Sinatra for her book because of his “heart of gold coupled with an extraordinary intellect.” She believes that he “has the capacity to forever change the way doctors interact with patients, for the better.”

In his chapter, Dr. Sinatra focuses primarily on his philosophy regarding thoughts and emotions and how they can either lead to cancer or lead you to health. He believes that “the most important thing [a doctor can instill into the patient is the belief that he or she can get well. Once a doctor instills that confidence, the patient takes part in it.”

It is this philosophy and Dr. Sinatra’s insights on how finding the lesson in your illness can help you heal that infuse his approach to dealing with cancer. As a world-renowned cardiologist and founder of the New England Heart & Longevity C
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