Quite fittingly, the common assertion amongst survivors that “cancer was the best thing that ever happened to me” resonated with Kathy Matsui, Vice Chair, Chief Japan Strategist at Goldman Sachs and author of Womenomics, when, a few years ago, she stumbled upon a book with a similar title at an American library near the hospital where she was undergoing treatment for breast cancer. The book, she says, helped her put things into perspective. Continue reading “‘Womenomics’ Author Kathy Matsui Talks About her Inspirational Journey Through Breast Cancer”
Chiropractor Hiroshi Yamada talks about the move that changed his life
Hiroshi Yamada had a dream.
After graduating from high school, he studied psychology to become a counsellor. “I wanted to work with people,” he says, “and help them to live healthily.”
While in university, he worked at a local shelter in the evenings where he looked after children from challenging backgrounds: some had been abused, some had fallen into juvenile delinquency; others were separated from their family. “It was shocking for me to see these children,” Yamada recounts.“At the same time, I felt like I should offer them more hands-on support.” Continue reading “SUTO HEALING CENTER”