CAROLYN GROSS, PATIENT ADVOCATE, received her B.A. Degree in Home Economics and Nutrition from Albion College, Michigan in 1978 and worked in the Food Business for nearly 2 decades.
She then realized her passion in health & wellness and became a Licensed Massage Therapist from the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing, San Diego, California in 1991. Carolyn specialized in CranioSacral Therapy and also taught it. She was in private practice for 15 years and conducted Spa Retreats for some of the top destination Spas in the country. She used her extensive research to write her first book Staying Calm in the Midst of Chaos: How to Keep Positive in an Unsettled World.
Her healing work took her to conferences around the country and eventually she added Professional Speaker to her curriculum vitae. As Past President of the National Speakers Association in San Diego, in the midst of a national book and speaking tour, Carolyn was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer in 2003.
She turned cancer into a career when she successfully healed Stage 3 breast cancer without any surgery 13 years ago. Her holistic ideals & beliefs made it impossible for her to accept a mastectomy as the only solution to cancer. Her research led to the advanced practices of Immunotherapy and Stem Cells as practiced by Geronimo Rubio MD, at the Rubio Cancer Center.
In 2007, Carolyn published her second book: Treatable and Beatable: Healing Cancer without Surgery and became the Patient Advocate at Rubio Cancer Center. In 2013 she co-authored Breaking the Cancer Code bringing Dr. Rubio’s treatment into the hands of those searching for integrative solutions.
She has counseled thousands of cancer patients and does coaching & health retreats to empower those in need. In 2015 she received a certificate of recognition from the State of California, Senator Joel Anderson’s Office for her outstanding community service in Health Education.
Contact information for Carolyn Gross is by phone 760-741-2762 or 866-246-0462. Her websites are www.creativelifesolutions.com and www.treatableandbeatable.com. You can email CGrossCLS@aol.com
Carolyn will speak on Treatable & Beatable – Breast Cancer Patient Survival.