I’m always happy to tell people about the amazing Henry. Getting Henry Dreher and his considerable, holistic expertise on board is like having your own, personal, sweet-natured, brainy angel-coach at your side, to help you sort through the confusing array of information and suggestions, and come up with the right interventions for your Dad.
He’s been known to pull all-nighters in order to investigate the most current, potentially efficacious clinical trials – especially in cases where approved treatments don’t yield decent outcomes. If something’s on the way to FDA approval but isn’t official yet, he can tell you about those trials, and in some cases, help you get into them.
He recommends nutritional supplements and unearths other appropriate methods, mind-body therapies, experts and resources to help specifically with your father’s particular health challenge. He knows a lot of people and he really puts himself out and networks for his peeps. Really, I can’t say enough good things about this guy. He helped enormously with my late husband’s lung cancer, and even though we couldn’t save his life, I do feel we at least did everything possible and left no stone unturned – in large part thanks to Henry.
A comprehensive description of his cancer guide services, which, by the way, are very reasonable, can be found here.
I hope this helps. Good luck to you and your father.
Henry Dreher’s Prodigious Cancer Guide Services
We found this query on the blog, in response to an Inspiring Story that praised Cancer Guide/health writer Henry Dreher to the skies for helping turn around a husband’s terminal diagnosis:
I would really love to get more info from you regarding how to contact Henry Dreher and what his cancer guide services are. My father was diagnosed with bilateral renal cell carcinoma and we would like to make use of all the help we can get for him. He is taking a targeted therapy chemo in pill form called Nexavar. We anxiously await his first scan in another month to determine if this has helped. I am doing some guided imagery with him in person; however, he wears a hearing aid in each ear and says he cannot hear from a portable CD player to listen to CDs on his own. I feel in a real bind about this. Thank you for your help.
Psychotherapist, author and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek is the creator of the popular Health Journeys guided imagery audio series. Her latest book on imagery and posttraumatic stress, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal (Bantam Dell), won the Spirituality & Health Top 50 Books Award