In I Believe in Miracles, author Deidre Spencer shares the knowledge she gained in her fight against cancer and she provides the tools necessary to discover how to heal. As a cancer survivor, Deidre has beaten the odds, conquering an aggressive form of cancer that had an additional genetic disorder component, making it difficult for the doctors to treat. Through it all, she demonstrates the strength of conviction to follow through on her beliefs—and through sheer determination, positive thinking, and with support from family and friends, she pulled herself through those traumatic times.
Initially, the doctors saved her from the brink of death when she had only two weeks left to live. She then survived a stem cell transplant, finding she was sensitive to the chemotherapy medicine and other drugs used in treating the side effects. She again came close to dying. When she pulled through the second time, she had to learn to eat and walk again. She realised then that she had to heal all of herself—not only physically, but also mentally, emotionally and spiritually; what she calls the “four bodies”. Deidre is now in full remission.
I Believe in Miracles is a journey of self-discovery, trauma, and self-healing; Deidre believes that if she can do it, so can others.