Pioneering psychologist Dr. Ann Webster spent four decades dedicated to patients with life-threatening and terminal illnesses. Now she revisits five individuals who have defied the odds and outlived their diagnosis. These are stories of courage, compassion and hope, and of a therapist whose warmth and tenacity has sustained countless patients and loved ones through the fight of their lives. Webster spent 30 years as Director of the Cancer Program at the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and teaching faculty at Harvard Medical School. From her role as a powerful advocate from the early days of the AIDS epidemic to developing innovative programs for cancer patients around the world, she touched countless lives in times of crisis.
Director Draper Shreeve