How Freezing My Breast Saved My Breast from Cancer
A story of innovation, courage, and triumph by Alex Paul, Laura Ross-Paul, and Peter Littrup, MD
It is rare for a book to explore the depth and range of healing that Laura Ross-Paul covers in her book They’re Mine and I’m Keeping Them. Laura, her husband Alex, and Dr. Peter Littrup open their minds and hearts in a way that swept me into their stories. I really appreciate the way that Laura sustains her faith in use of alternative medicine while fully embracing western medicine, while her husband Alex applies his engineer’s practicality to searching the internet and dissecting the statistics and studies to expose the flaws of conventional treatment and investigate the cutting edges of cryoablation. They both have the courage to insist that she be the first patient to use this experimental treatment to destroy her cancer, enhance her immunity, and ultimately save her breast. Dr. Littrup is just the man to bravely stand fast against the skeptics and bring his pioneering treatment to the forefront, and all three have the courage to reveal themselves in ways that remind us of the power of love. If you or someone you know has breast cancer, please read this book.
You can meet the author at their book signing Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 6:00- 7:30 PM, at Froelick Gallery, 714 Davis St, Portland 97209
Dr. Noel Peterson is the Medical Director of the Center for Traditional Medicine P.C., and has practiced naturopathic medicine in Lake Oswego since 1978. He specializes in natural and regenerative cellular medicine, including Prolotherapy, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), and Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine, which utilizes adipose-derived stem cells, in Portland and Lake Oswego. He is one of only three physicians certified in Prolotherapy in the Pacific Northwest and the only physician certified in Prolotherapy in Northern Oregon and Southwest Washington.