Galina Shatalova

Galina Shatalova (1916-2011) worked as a surgeon during World War II, after which she specialized in neurosurgery. She has taught at the Institute of Medical Specialization for Physicians and, since 1961, has been the head of the department for the selection and preparation of cosmonauts at the Space Research Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the former USSR. She has always been involved in the organization of information and pedagogical activities, with the aim of making peo- ple understand a sense of responsibility for their own health. In 1960 she began to develop her revolutionary healing concept. To prove the success of her theories, in 1990 she undertook a 500 kilometer long walk through the desert together with the patients she treated.

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Random House/ Germany
Macro/ Italy
Editura Paralela 45/ Romania