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Published on Nov 15, 2013
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Joyce Hawkes, PhD is a biophysicist and cell-biologist turned healer. Honored with a National Achievement Award for her work with the effects of environmental pollutants on fish cells, a post-doctoral Fellow with National Institutes of Health, and elected to the position of Fellow in the American Association for Advancement of Science for her research work. Following a near-death experience, Joyce changed careers and embarked on an extensive exploration of indigenous spiritual and healing traditions which she incorporated in her books: Cell-Level Healing and Resonance. Joyce was featured on a national TV special with Diane Sawyer (seen on Turning Point and Good Morning America), interviewed by Art Bell and George Noory on Coast to Coast Radio and was filmed at Nihon University in Japan for a documentary that aired in 2005.
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