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On his program, Mind Health Matters, Bernie and his guests give expert advice on personal questions about Health and Healing. His message of hope and love is extended to all who seek a whole person approach for living life fully.
The call in number is: 800-555-5453.Bernie's show is the first Tuesday of each month 9am PT. The encore edition of the show is the first Tuesday of each month 9pm PT.
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From the authentic soul of Bernie Siegel MD comes Mind Health Matters. A show that reflects Bernie's passion to reach people struggling with all of life's challenges-not just the physical ones-so that each person can live life fully. Join Bernie as he shares his powerful journey through life while offering us special nuggets of his sacred wisdom.
Listen to Bernie Wednesday-Friday at 12:00noon ET. View full schedule of all show times at
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First Sunday of each month 8-9pm ET at 1510am WMEX Boston
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Question for Bernie: In 1988, I was diagnosed and treated for lung cancer. I joined a support group and learned of you. We were encouraged to get your book, Love, Medicine and Miracles. I did and we went to see … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: As requested I attach my picture of me receiving the bone marrow transplant. I had to use pencils and felt pens as we don’t have any crayons in our house. I am currently reading your book, Love, … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: When first diagnosed with metastatic cancer and feeling lost, what is the first thing one should do? Bernie’s Answer: Ask for help as you are right now. Read the Immune Competent Personality list on my website www.berniesiegelmd.com. … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: It is an honor to “meet” you even though it’s by email. Many years ago, my father shared with me insights from your book Love, Medicine & Miracles. Lately, I came across the now “yellowed” book again, … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014. I had a mastectomy and elected chemo and radiation treatments even though it was not required. I wanted to do everything I could to beat the cancer. (Estrogen-driven, HER-2 … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: I am chaplain pastoring a woman with brain cancer. The cancer was arrested after three “awake” surgeries and chemo, but now it has recurred as an aggressive malignancy. My patient feels forced by the doctors to go through radiation … Continue reading
Question for Bernie: I received a copy of your book 365 Prescriptions for the Soul from a staff member who I had cared for during her sick leave when going through breast cancer. I work as an occupational health nurse. … Continue reading