Twenty-five years ago my doctors had no cure for my cancer. So I went on a quest to find my own treatment. This is my story.

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“I have witnessed an extraordinary patient who has achieved a clinical response through non-conventional treatment approaches.” Lee M. Nadler, MD — Harvard Medical School

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Glenn Sabin

FON’s founder, Glenn Sabin, is a nationally recognized thought leader with a reputation for successfully positioning integrative health organizations for sustainable growth.

Combining media, marketing and business development expertise with an extensive professional and personal integrative health and medicine narrative, Glenn is deeply passionate about advancing the field as the new standard of care—accessible to all.

Why Integrative Medicine?

Glenn is a 25-year cancer “thriver” who created a comprehensive, integrative oncology approach to achieve a complete pathological remission of his CLL (chronic lymphocytic leukemia)—considered an “incurable” disease—without conventional intervention. Glenn’s case, now part of the medical literature, has been chronicled through the Harvard medical system and his personal oncologist, Lee M. Nadler, MD, Dean of Clinical and Translational Research at Harvard Medical School.

After a long career running a media and content marketing company, Glenn sold his firm in 2009 to follow his passion for evidence-based integrative approaches to healing, and to explore emerging opportunities within the growing integrative health and medicine industry.

Born out of his personal journey with cancer, Glenn launched FON Consulting, and has advised hundreds of organizations—across the country and around the world—on business development and strategy specific to growing integrative health and medicine enterprises.

Glenn is currently  a faculty member at Duke University’s Leadership Program in Health and Well-Being, where he presents a course on Health and Well-being Thought Leadership.