In a world where mysterious phenomena are often chalked up to coincidence, many seem to forget that our God is a God of Miracles. Dr. M. Ricardo Calderón has experienced decades of medical miracles worked by God’s hand, and compelled by God’s mercy and love, he bears witness to wonders the Lord has worked in his life and that of his family’s.
Healed by Dr. M. Ricardo Calderón is a unique medical treatise on divine healing that complements, supports, and fills a void in the faith and medicine literature available today. His work describes six different healing experiences that have taken place over his lifetime, including being healed from leukemia despite incomplete chemotherapy, followed by complete cancer remission for twenty-four years and counting. As a Christian physician executive, educator, and global health expert, Dr. Calderón integrates scientific knowhow with spiritual and divine healing experiences. He includes medical descriptions of six illnesses with a corresponding miraculous healing story and spiritual interpretation, along with evidence-based documentation. This narrative is accented by seventy-eight wisdom keys and discernments supported by Bible verses/citations, making this a work of both healing and wisdom.
God is real, and He operates above and beyond the natural in the realm where all miracles are possible. Christians and non-Christians alike must only have faith and believe that they can be healed too, and they will find the solutions to whatever problems and struggles they are facing. God continues to perform miracles, and He is the same, today, yesterday, and forever. He is the Lord who heals.
M. RICARDO CALDERÓN, MD, MPH, FPMER, was born in Guatemala, Central America. He is a physician executive, educator and global health expert with over 25 years of experience in senior leadership, representation, advisory services, and management of public, private, academic, research, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, faith-based and non-profit organizations in over 20 countries. He was educated and trained at five universities in Guatemala (USAC) and the United States (UCLA, USC, CSUN, UNC).