We’re so excited for you to join us for our upcoming docuseries—Radical Remission: Healing Against All Odds. Have you downloaded your free companion action plan, 20 Ways to Introduce Healing Factors into Your Life—Starting Today? You can access it here »
Join us March 16-26. A new episode will release each day—and you’ll have 24 hours to watch it for free (before the next episode goes live).
Over the course of 10 episodes, you’ll hear from 21 remarkable survivors who beat the odds—overcoming terminal illnesses such as stage four neuroblastoma, triple negative breast cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, and ALS.
You’ll also hear from several of your favorite Hay House teachers, including Radical Remission author Kelly Turner, Ph.D.; Christiane Northrup, M.D.; Anita Moorjani; Dawson Church, Ph.D.; Liana Werner-Gray; and Chris Wark.
The event begins on March 16th–but you can register here now! 👉
Meet the Experts
Christiane Northrup, M.D
Christiane Northrup, M.D.,graduated from Dartmouth Medical School and completed her residency at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston. She was also an assistant clinical professor of OB/GYN at Maine Medical Center for 20years.After a successful 25-year practice, Dr. Northrupspreads her wisdom as awriter and speaker. She is aNew York Timesbest-selling author and her books have been translated into 24 languages. She has been featured on NBC,The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Today Show, and more.
Around Christmas of 2003, Chris Wark was 26 years old and facing a stage threecolon cancer diagnosis. Though the oncologistcalled him “insane,” Chris opted out of chemotherapy after his tumor removal –despite knowing the cancer had spread to his lymph nodes –and instead healed his body by radically transforming his daily diet and lifestyle. Today, as asought-afterspeaker and blogger, Chris spreads his discoveries toeveryone touched by or trying to preventcancer and other ailments.
Liana Werner-Gray is a holistic and natural health advocate. After healing her own large, cancerous tumor in her lymphatic system (as well as curing her digestion and recurring weight issues)through the aid of a natural lifestyle, she created the Earth Diet. Since, her recipes and health tips have been published on Yahoo News, Mind Body Green,Huffington Post, and more. She also tours internationally, teaching and lecturing about her healthand nutritionfindings.
Dawn Lemanne, M.D., M.P.H.
Dawn Lemanne, M.D., M.P.H., is a board-certified oncologist renowned for treating thousands of cancer patients with a combination of conventional and integrative approaches. Her clinic, Oregon Integrative Oncology, attracts patients from around the world. She has authored peer-reviewed articles, textbook chapters, and lay press works, including “N of 1,” with Glenn Sabin. She speaks internationally on integrative oncology and teaches physicians at the University of Arizona’s flagship Integrative Medicine Fellowship.
Ellen Langer, Ph.D
Ellen Langer, Ph.D., is a social psychologist and the first female professor to gain tenure in the Psychology Department at Harvard University. She is the author of 11books and more than 200publishedresearch articles. Dr. Langer has been described as the “Mother of Mindfulness”,and has written extensively on the illusion of control, mindful aging, stress, decision-making, and health. Among other honors, she is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and three Distinguished Scientist Awards.
Isaac (Zak) Kohane, M.D., Ph.D
Isaac (Zak) Kohane, M.D., Ph.D.,received his medical degree and a doctorate from Boston Universityand performed his postdoctoral training at Children’s Hospital in Boston, MA. His i2b2 project is currently deployed internationally to more than 120 major academic health centers to drive discovery research in disease andpharmacovigilance, including providing evidence on drugs that ultimately contributed to a boxed warning by the FDA. Dr. Kohane also currently leads three NIH-funded projects.
Lee M. Nadler, M.D
Lee M. Nadler, M.D.,is the Virginia and D.K. Ludwig Professor for Cancer Research and Teaching, the Dean for Clinical and Translational Research, and the Director of Harvard Catalyst at Harvard Medical School.His experiments led to the worldwide immunologic classification of human B-cell leukemias and lymphomas. Similarly, he was the first to use monoclonal antibodies to improve the outcome of human stem cell transplantation. He has received many awards in his career, from the Association of American Physicians,and more.