Wayne Jonas

General practitioner. Executive director of Samueli Integrative Health Programs, and a researcher at the National Institutes of Health.

A practicing GP based in Virginia.  He’s also the executive director of Samueli Integrative Health Programs, and a researcher at the National Institutes of Health. His latest book is “How Healing Works: Get Well and Stay Well Using Your Hidden Power to Heal”.

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In his new book, “How Healing Works,” Dr. Wayne Jonas says we’re good enough at treating serious illness--after it’s happened. Now it’s time for a change.

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In his new book, “How Healing Works,” Dr. Wayne Jonas says we’re good enough at treating serious illness--after it’s happened. Now it’s time for a change.

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