Stories of 28 people, who have had cancer and survived, many by more than 10 years. All attended Gawler Foundation programs and adopted the self-help methods that we teach. These people have overcome their illness and all of them give a great deal of credit to the hope, encouragement and skills they found here. They are not unusually brave or disciplined, but ordinary people who have faced a diagnosis of cancer and found the will to live. They have been willing to address issues of diet, stress and mental outlook. They have found it in themselves to change, sometimes radically, their lifestyles and attitudes. Their stories are inspiring.
The author, Paul Kraus, is himself a cancer survivor.