Small Book with Big Message:
Susan Liberty Hall’s Ha, I Laugh in the Face of Cancer Champions the
Astonishing Native American Herbal Remedy that Cured Her of Breast Cancer
During the Same Time, Her Famous Brother Fought Cancer with Tools of Traditional Medicine
Susan Liberty Hall heard it all. The biopsy, the mastectomy, the chemo, the radiation. It’s what the doctors insisted she do when they found the three lumps in her breast. Yet she had seen how her mother had suffered in the last year of life, following doctor’s directives after being diagnosed with colon cancer. Susan had been her caregiver until the end.
But instead Susan asked for guidance. And on that one day in meditation, she was guided to open a file in her desk where she had stored information on holistic treatments for cancer during her mother’s decline.
And there it was, an ancient Native American remedy still produced today by one family called “Two Feathers Healing Formula.” Eschewing aggressive and angry reproaches from her doctors, Susan started the regimen. And within weeks, watched as 18—not three—cancerous lumps literally begin to expunge from an open wound in her breast, tumors that she still actually has in specimen jars.
But what was happening to her was in direct contrast to what her beloved brother was experiencing. Diagnosed with cancer at nearly the same time, he chose to go the traditional medical route. He wouldn’t hear of an alternative, like many people today, placing his trust in his doctors. And as she healed, he declined. She watched in sorrow as her dear brother—Los Angeles Laker’s owner Jerry Buss—lost his fight against cancer.
And so Susan Liberty Hall has dedicated her small but powerful book to her brother and his legacy of love. Ha, I Laugh in the Face of Cancer (Inkwell Productions) chronicles her struggles in life—a survivor of her husband’s suicide and descend into debt—and her brother’s compassionate rescue and her transformation from near-poverty to a highly successful businesswoman and distributor of Young Living Essential Oils. A woman who lived a healthy and holistic lifestyle and refused to be bullied into a path she didn’t feel was right for her—and believes is wrong for all of us.
For more information on Susan Liberty Hall’s compelling new book, please visit: www.hailaughinthefaceofcancer.com.
Ha, I Laugh in the Face of Cancer
ISBN# 978-1-939625-67-0, $15.75