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QiGong - Breast Cancer

Posted Oct 22nd, 2009 in News, Articles

Breast cancer survivor credits holistic practice

By Terry Morris   Staff Writer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This article is part of our month-long focus on breast cancer.

KETTERING — Jan Lively went from being “one of the lucky ones” to someone facing probable death.

“The doctor said there was no cure. I was going to die,” she said.

She “refused to accept that,” a response to crisis she believes would be far more likely now than it was then, based on her mindset.

“I felt that 42 was too young. I also felt I had not lived a truly memorable life. I hadn’t lived my life’s purpose,” she said.

Aware that cancer could recur, she has discovered her purpose and is convinced it helped save her.

It is Qigong (pronounced chee-gung or chee-gong), a holistic exercise that originated thousands of years ago in China. She’s a trained instructor and practices up to three hours a day.

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