Good News for People with Bad News
Recovery Stories Everyone Must Know About
About the Book
What happens when the medical treatment you receive does not work, or there is no treatment available and you are left facing a debilitating disease or a shortened life?
Nyema Hermiston, a registered nurse and longtime natural therapist, answers that question and many others, through the interviews of dozens of men and women who explain how they recovered from debilitating and life-threatening conditions, ranging from autoimmune disease, cancer, severe allergies, and pain.
Unfortunately, far too many people are told there is nothing that can be done about their conditions, and they never seek out alternative treatments due to their “unscientific” status. They don’t stop to contemplate the risks associated with orthodox medical treatments.
For instance, in the United States, medical error claims the lives of 400,000 people every year, making it the third leading cause of all deaths. In Australia, medical treatment causes 18,000 deaths per year and injures up to 50,000 more.
Alternative treatments that include nutrition and little-known medical therapies are often less risky and as effective as standard treatments. Find out how they could save your life or the life of a loved one in Good News for People with Bad News.
About the Author
Nyema Hermiston, RN, ND, Adv Dip Hom, was a registered nurse in New Zealand, England, and Australia, before becoming a natural therapist in Sydney and the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. She is the co-author and editor of numerous practitioner texts and treatment manuals.