Curandero is a novel chronicling one patient’s challenging journey into the realm of mind-body medicine. Terminally ill at only twenty-seven years of age, Stefan Campeau has exhausted established treatment protocols to fight his disease, and inadvertently falls into the hands of enigmatic oncologist Dr. Miguel Calderón and controversial young herbalist Dr. Brian Sandler. Working in concurrence with each other, the two doctors’ therapies catapult Stefan into an unsettling unscrambling of his inner self, leading to a healing beyond his imagining.
Curandero is a compilation of true experiences interwoven into a fictitious story.
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R. L. Mosz is the author of three indie novels: The Keeper, Curandero, and Roses in December. Themes of her books are healing, drama, and inspirational romance. She is inspired by nature and by faith. She lives in southwestern Arizona where she works with developmentally disabled people and helps care for her 94-year-old mother.