She began saving lives as a teenager working as a lifeguard.
Susan attended the University of Nevada in Reno and graduated with honors, receiving a B.A. in Art and Psychology. She helped establish a Suicide Prevention Program in 1966, with Dr. James Nichols, which is still in operation today.
After further study at Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, California, she became an exhibiting artist worldwide, and is included in both public and private collections such as: Los Angeles County Museum, ARCO, IBM, Robert A. Rowan and James Coburn.
As a high-risk candidate for breast cancer (her aunt had a mastectomy), she nevertheless refused medical surgical treatment when her Gynecologist found cancer in her breast and uterus. Instead, she decided to fight back and developed a health program called MOTEP (Marathon Olympic Tumor Eradication and Prevention Program). Through this regime she accomplished a “self-lumpectomy” (dissolving the tumor naturally) and healed herself using only inexpensive and Non-Toxic Therapies. She has been well and free of cancer for over 18 years.
Susan’s new book Survive Cancer is her second book on the subject of healing cancer using natural means. She interviewed people from around the world who took charge of their disease and healed themselves from cancer, some after Medical Treatment had failed.
Susan will speak on Survive Cancer! A Natural Approach To Breast & Other Cancers.