In the early 1990s, Glenn Sabin began to develop a comprehensive and highly personalized approach to managing his chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)-a disease his doctors said was incurable and would eventually take his life. Today, Glenn is alive and thriving and he has achieved a complete, medically documented remission of his CLL without conventional treatments. Glenn's remarkable case has been chronicled by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute oncologist Lee M. Nadler, MD, Dean for Clinical and Translational Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and his local Johns Hopkins oncologist Bruce R. Kressel, MD. To say Glenn's 1991 diagnosis was life-altering would be an understatement. Not only has Glenn overcome his cancer and become a staunch advocate of evidence-based, integrative medicine, in 2009 he sold his media and marketing company to launch FON Consulting-a business that supports integrative health and medicine enterprises and helps to accelerate their growth. A past board member of The Society for Integrative Oncology and an author, speaker and collaborator, Glenn is a respected thought leader who works with passion and dedication to advance the field of integrative oncology. Learn more at www.glennsabin.com Dr. Dawn Lemanne, n of 1 co-author with Glenn Sabin, is a practicing oncologist and integrative medicine authority. One of a small but growing number of oncologists integrating conventional and complementary therapies to treat cancer, Dr. Lemanne approaches each patient as an n of 1. Her practice draws patients from around the globe. Dr. Lemanne is a proponent of rigorous single-subject research design development and is active in the quantified self movement. The first medical oncologist to serve on the faculty of New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's integrative medicine service, she currently teaches physicians in the University of Arizona's flagship integrative medicine fellowship. She is the author of peer-reviewed scientific articles, textbook chapters, and works for the popular press. Dr. Lemanne speaks by invitation domestically and internationally. After earning the MD degree at the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Lemanne trained in medical oncology at Stanford University and in integrative medicine at the University of Arizona. She also holds advanced degrees from UC Berkeley and Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Lemanne practices at Oregon Integrative Oncology, in Ashland, Oregon. You can learn more about Dr. Lemanne's work at www.oregonio.com
"When I first met Glenn 10 years ago, he told me he was going to beat his chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Since then I have followed his activity and daily regimen, and indeed, he has been extremely successful. Is he an outlier or is his regimen worth studying on a larger scale?"
David S. Rosenthal, MD Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Henry K. Oliver Professor of Hygiene (Emeritus), Harvard University Past president, American Cancer Society
"A remarkable story of self-efficacy and pure grit. Glenn is a poster child for evidence-based integrative oncology and an exemplar of what might be achieved for others. I highly recommend this book."
Mark Hyman, MD Director, Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, and 10-time #1 New York Times bestselling author
"n of 1 should be required reading for all cancer patients, but especially anyone who has received a dire prognosis. Glenn's determination, careful research, and willingness to change allowed him to find a cure for his "fatal" cancer, and we all have much to learn from his incredible experience."
Kelly Turner, MD New York Times Bestselling author of Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds
"I heard Glenn speak at UCSD and was captivated. A special story about resiliency and self-efficacy that resonates far and wide!"
T. Colin Campbell, PhD Bestselling author of The China Study Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry, Cornell University
"We need to understand that self-induced healing is an entity. It is not a spontaneous remission. We all need to learn from those who don't die when doctors expect them to. Glenn's experience and book will help you to understand and to achieve what is involved in survival behavior."
Bernie Siegel, MD Author of Love, Medicine & Miracles and The Art of Healing
"How do we maintain a rigorous, scientific, yet open mind when it comes to discovery in medicine? In n of 1, Glenn Sabin reminds us that every observation is important-to be woven into the rubric of knowledge so that we may heal with collective experience."
Debu Tripathy, MD Professor and Chair, Department of Breast Medical Oncology The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
"A riveting account of one man's journey in fighting his cancer successfully with an unconventional approach. Thought-provoking!"
Gary Deng, MD, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
"Glenn Sabin appears to be one of those few remarkable, determined individuals who become sufficiently involved in their self-healing to overcome a medically "incurable" cancer. Medical science needs to shake off its materialistic bias and study this phenomenon seriously, so that "n of 1" can become "n of many."
Alastair Cunningham, OC, PhD Professor Emeritus of Medical Biophysics at University of Toronto Author of Can the Mind Heal Cancer?
"Spirited and moving, n of 1 teaches us so much about hope, resolve, and resilience in the face of cancer."
Jun J. Mao, MD MSCE Laurance S. Rockefeller Chair in Integrative Medicine Chief, Integrative Medicine Service Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
"n of 1 is the amazing tale of Glenn Sabin's resilience in the face of adversity, and is motivation for us all. A moving testament of how a positive attitude plus a healthy lifestyle can have a profound impact on one's life".
Neal Barnard, MD President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine