In the Gawler program, the positive aspects are paid for with considerable sacrifice
In the state of turmoil following a cancer diagnosis, many patients are drawn to complementary treatments, which may provide an explanation, hope, and a sense of autonomy not provided by conventional medicine. In Australia, one figure who has attained a great following is Ian Gawler, a cancer survivor, whose incredible story of recovery has inspired many through his books and courses run by the Gawler Foundation, which he established in 1983.
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