REVIEW: When Rachelle Breslow was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in the 1960s, it was long before a growing dissatisfaction with standard medical practices would lead women to experiment with alternative healers and self-healing. She was told that she had an incurable disease, which would cripple, then kill her. She was told that there was no treatment, cautioned to avoid quacks and diet fads, and sent home. Not surprisingly, Rachelle's condition deteriorated rapidly, until the day when she stopped to ask: Who said so? With this seemingly simple question, she began a journey which would take her not only from acupuncture to yoga, but within her self to discover how her beliefs and feelings impacted her health and wellness. This is a passionate and powerful book about personal transformation, written by a woman who overcame her own illness by listening to her intuitive self, and who would advise you to do the same.